How to Make a Survival Bracelet: Must Know for Hikers and Campers
An early morning hike, the sun was shining, I had a small pack with some energy bars and water, and was feeling great. Until my shoelace broke...I only had to make the mistake of not bringing extra cord with me once. I came across this survival bracelet tutorial online that when pulled apart provides between 8 to 10 feet of paracord that can be used in an emergency for lashings, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, tying splints, etc. Check it out!
-Paracord (10 feet, 550 paracord --breaking strength of 550lbs)
-lighter (to melt the ends of the cord)