550 parachute cord (550 paracord) is truly an amazing product, and can be invaluable in a survival situation. Whether you use paracord as a hobby, for outdoor activities, or for potential survival situations, ours will certainly fit your needs.
Our commercial 550 paracord is manufactured in the United States by government (GSA) contractors. Just like military issue MIL-C-5040H Type III cord, ours is seven strand Kernmantle style with each strand being two-ply 100% nylon. The outer sheath is braided from 32 nylon strands and is rated for 200 lbs. The inner strands add 50 lbs each, resulting in a total minimum breaking strength of 550 lbs.
Thousands of people use our paracord for crafting. A simple paracord bracelet, keyfob, belt, etc can contain yards of cord that can be quickly unraveled for use in a survival situation. These crafts are an interesting hobby that produces attractive and useful handmade items.
Ideas on how to use our Coyote Brown Paracord
Brown gives off a natural vibe. It is often used to represent earth, nature and organic items. This earthy color also represents stability, reliability and even approachability. The color brown can go by many names and is represented by many shades including chestnut, ebony, cinnamon and coyote brown.
The color brown can also affect people psychologically. It is not unusual to feel a sense of stability or orderliness when in a brown room. Brown can also evoke feelings of wholesomeness. Overall, brown is a comforting color. Perhaps that's why many comfort foods are brown; including meatloaf, fried chicken and of course, chocolate.
Brown is an official team color for the NFL team, the Cleveland browns. Their official team colors are brown, orange and white.
Lastly, brown also represents two major universities. The University of Wyoming, whose colors are brown and gold and of course, Brown University, whose colors are brown, red and white.
Fun Facts About the Color Brown
When selling natural, eco-friendly or natural-based products, many companies use the color brown in their packaging.
In dreams, the color brown signifies that you will be lucky with money.
People who drive brown vehicles are thought to be down to earth, no-nonsense types.
A brown-out refers to a partial loss of electricity.
Astronomers have recently confirmed the presence of brown dwarves, though surprisingly, brown dwarves are not necessarily brown in color.