Kevlar® Survival Cord

Kevlar® Survival Cord is a must for any survival or escape and evasion kit. Although it's only the thickness of a thick piece of thread, it has the breaking strength of 200 lbs! This cord can withstand extreme temperatures and is flame-resistant. It features a polyurethane coating for UV resistance and increased abrasion resistance. It can be used for snares, traps, bows and can even cut through plastic flex ties. Available in both 25 and 100 foot lengths. Diameter: .036". Color: dark blue. Weight: 0.1 oz. Made in USA.


The popular Kevlar® Survival Cord is now available on our Rapid Deployment Spool! This nifty spool provides quick and efficient deployment as well as tangle-free protected storage. It comes pre-loaded with 60 feet of cord. Diameter: .036". Color: dark blue. Weight: 0.1 oz. Made in USA. Spool dimensions: 2.5" diameter x 0.5" height. Weight (including spool): 0.6 oz.

SKU #: KSC - 25 ft.
SKU #: KSC-100 - 100 ft.
SKU #: KSC-S - 60 ft. on Rapid Deployment Spool


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