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ReadyGear Shock Cord

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Our ReadyGear Shock Cord is an Industrial-strength and affordable elastic shock cord perfect for various indoor and outdoor applications, including bungee straps, hammocks, gear bundles, cargo nets, roof rack support and other crafting projects.  This stretch cord features a woven outer cover that protects the elastic rubber core from extreme weather conditions, sunlight / UV degradation, abrasion, and moisture penetration for long-lasting stretch performance.

With 100% stretch and elasticity for extreme shock absorption, this is perfect for fastening, sporting, crafting, and cargo securing needs, as well as everyday uses like kayaking, backpacking, boating, traveling and more.


  • Colors:  Solid Black, and White with Black Tracers
  • Lengths:  25ft, 50ft, 100ft, and 1000ft
  • Diameters:  1/8", 3/16", 1/4", and 3/8"

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