Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100' Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100' Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100'
Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100' Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100' Atwood Rope MFG Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100'

Atwood Rope Parapocalypse Paracord 625lb. Test Black 100'

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Article number: SPARA100
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Everything but the kitchen sink!

This rope is designed with every scenario in mind. Not only do you get all the benefits of paracord, you also get high-end practical survival tools. With a waxed-jute strand, you can easily start fires with little effort. Use the 10lb fishing line to catch your dinner. Use the 900F heat-resistant cord for campfire rotisserie cooking, friction saws, or suspending a hot broken muffler. Lastly, you have the almighty Dyna X cord with super strength, ultra low-stretch and perfect for emergency sutures, dental floss or animal snares.

SPECS:

Rope Diameter - 5/32 in / 4 mm

Tensile Strength - 625 lbs / 283.5 kg

Weight (oz/100ft) - 10.25 oz / 290 g

MADE IN THE USA

 

WAXED JUTE

Used for kindle to easily start your fire. The wax keeps it dry and ready to use.

 

DYNA X 160LB

Use for ultra strong and low-stretch applications such as animal snares, hoisting or emergency situations.

 

NANO ARAMID 110 LB TEST

Use for cooking over a fire using a rotisserie method, cut through materials using a friction saw or to repair a dragging muffler on your car.

 

7-STRAND NYLON CORE

Remove from sheath for additional cordage with varying purposes.

 

MONO FISHING LINE 10 LB 

Catch your fish and survive the elements.

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