Paracord is an essential survival material to have. Not only can it serve to pull you out of a bad situation, but taken apart, can be used as tinder, as fish bait/hooks, and so much more! But who wants to walk around with a large blog of it hanging off of their toolbelt, or a big wad of it in their Bug Out Bag? There are lots of ways to ‘hide’ paracord in everyday objects without wearing the typical paracord bracelet (though they are great!)
- Watch – check out the watch that I received from Paravival.com.
- Shoes – replace your shoelaces with paracord.
- Multipurpose Bag
- Decorate Flip Flops
- Water bottle koozies
- Cellphone pouch – you could alter this survival tin pouch for a cellphone
If you’d like to tackle any of these projects on your own, or purchase something ready-made, Paravival.com carries cord and gear for you! The watch I received from them was exactly to specifications, arrived just a couple of days after I placed the order, and is of great quality!
Tom is a Marketing & Communications graduate interested in nature, gardening, agriculture, and traveling. For the last decade, Tom has turned his hobbies into a full-time job, creating useful resources and guides for all our readers. If he is not working on his next article, you will find Tom spending quality time with family or taking care of his own back garden.
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