How To Make Your Own Paracord Bracelet

How To Make A Paracord Bracelet

Life in the great outdoors isn’t about how you look, it’s about making the most with the least. Paracord survival bracelets are the perfect example of that idea.

Crafted from 8 to 20 feet (2.4 to 6 meters) of woven paracord — that’s the same nylon cord used in parachutes since World War II — a paracord survival bracelet is an essential item for any adventurer or outdoorsman. The bracelet is useful in all kinds of situations in the wild, from marking a trail to fishing for dinner.

Instead of dropping money on a manufactured paracord bracelet like these, you could set aside some time to make your own. Here are five handy video tutorials showing how to make an assortment of different styles of paracord bracelets.

Easy Paracord Bracelet Tutorial

The EASIEST, step-by-step tutorial on how to make a paracord bracelet on YouTube! The video has been viewed over 1.9 million times and who knows how many paracord bracelets came from just this video alone.

How To Make a Basic Cobra Paracord Bracelet

In this video, learn how to make a basic 4 strand bracelet with square knots, also known as the cobra pattern, using nylon parachute cord and plastic buckles.

How To Make A Mad Max Style Paracord Survival Bracelet

Ripped straight from the film, this style paracord bracelet was worn by Tom Hardy’s character in the 2015 Mad Max movie.

How To Make a Fishtail Paracord Bracelet

After watching this video you will know how quick and easy create your own Fishtail Paracord Bracelet.

How To Make The “Corkscrew” Paracord Survival Bracelet

Make the popular corkscrew paracord survival bracelet with this easy-to-follow video tutorial.

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