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Braided Cord Green Measures 3/16" x 600' Utility Cord Spool

 
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ROPE122
ROPE-122
ROPE-122
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Braided nylon cover like parachute cord is perfect for wrapping handles, camping and all outdoor applications, works well when wet or cold, soft, flexible, strong and durable with a nylon core, 600 foot spool, 3/16" diameter. 450 pound test. Sportsman Cord 600 foot spool in OD Green. Also comes in Camo Pattern (ROPE-123). 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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4.0 5
"Though this is not real para cord, I have no doubt it will do anything the para cord can do, EXCEPT allowing you to remove the center strings and use it for fishing line. The inner mateial is like a loose fiber polyester cord and it compresses a lot as compared to real para cord. I put a 100ft hank of this in my tent bag, and another 100ft in my B.O.B. for non-life endangering use. (I would not trust this as a life line unless there were at least 4 strands of it and there was no other choice.) The outer casing is very well woven, no apparent snags or puckering in the making of this cord. I would say to anyone needing good, general use cord for tent lines, securing gear to your pack, tying down a load on your roof rack, etc. this will fit the bill well. BTW, make sure you burn the ends closed just as you would with para cord."
4.0 5
"Works fine. good strength. Material has poor defense against abrasion. BUT VERY GOOD FOR THE MONEY."
4.0 5
"Gets the job done, but not the best. Not even close to paracord. If you are making paracord/rope braclets, it bunches up and will bulge out in spots. It will do for lashings, and generaly tieing things together. If you think it's a better deal, no go buy 1,000 ft of paracord."