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Kevlar® Sewing Thread

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When only the highest-strength thread will do, look no further than SGT KNOTS Kevlar® Sewing Thread.  For leather working, securing a canvas, and any other application where you need a smooth stitch that will hold up to anything you and the weather come up with, Kevlar® is the gold standard.  It's what the military has been using for decades, and this Kevlar® sewing thread is exactly what the fine folks in our armed services are using today.

The wilderness/survival/camping applications of this thread are virtually endless.  Repair gear, stitch together a tent, set hunting traps, make fishing nets.  It's high tensile strength, resistance to wear by moisture and abrasion, and ability to withstand prolonged exposure to high temperatures means this Kevlar® thread can help you catch your dinner and string it up over the fire, too.  There's a reason this is frequently the thread of choice in military applications, and SGT KNOTS is proud to bring the same quality and affordability to the civilian population.

Kevlar®'s superior strength and fire resistance makes it the thread of choice when being used in high stress operations being exposed to extreme heat.  Spun Kevlar® is available in many popular colors and has a high-speed coating to prevent sewing problems.


  • 4oz. spools  |  30/3
  • Colors:  Black, Coyote Brown, Natural Yellow, OD Green


  • Size:  30/3
  • Tex:  50
  • Approximate Break Strength:  11.2lbs
  • Approximate Yards/Pound:  8,000
  • Begins to decompose at about 800° Fahrenheit, in air by oxidation
  • Does not melt
  • Insoluble in water
  • Odorless

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