RattlerStrap Paracord Wilderness Survival EDC Belt - 80+ Feet of USA Made 550 lb. Emergency Nylon Parachute Cord Handwoven Around Titanium Buckle - Titan Series
- THE ULTIMATE WILDERNESS BELT: The durability and survival functionality of nylon 550 paracord make this belt ideal for high-mileage hikers, ATV riders, and overland explorers.
- MORE THAN JUST A BELT: Carry 80+ feet of emergency 550 paracord on you at all times.
- USA MADE 550 PARACORD: Have it on hand to attach a towline, secure a load, craft weapons, build a stretcher, fasten a tourniquet, make a shelter, hunt for food, and more.
- TITANIUM BUCKLE: Nickel (allergen) free, extremely strong, and still looks new after years of daily wear.
- RATTLERSTRAP GUARANTEE: If you use the cord in an emergency, send us the buckle, tell us your story, and we will send you another belt free of charge!
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Upgrade your leather or webbing belt to a RattlerStrap paracord belt and take advantage of the most overlooked everyday carry accessory. Along with a good knife and a reliable pair of boots, your belt should be, and now can be as useful in everyday life as it is in a survival situation. The days of poking holes in your leather belt are over. Our infinitely-adjustable design and titanium buckle ensure a comfortable fit that won't slip.
Your belt is always with you. Why wouldn't you use it to carry some cord?
In January 2015 one of our customers, Andy, was driving with his friend in the Canadian woods on four-wheelers. His buddy lost control and rolled off a bank. Night was falling and his friend’s arm had a compound fracture. Andy untied his paracord belt. Minutes later a tourniquet was applied and a sling was made. The only issue now was the busted quad. No problem. They used the rest of the paracord to tow it home!
"I’ve found that most paracord gear is made cheaply in Asia and with low-quality paracord and components, so when I was looking for a paracord belt that would survive the rigors of everyday use AND survival situations,I could not ignore the nearly perfect reviews of the Rattlerstrap Belt. After nearly 8 months of continuous and hard use in the field, I have NO regrets."
-DAVID, ULTIMATE SURVIVAL TIPS
"With good quality 550 paracord, you can rig a tent, make a fire bow, set snares, go fishing, repair gear, and much more. There are many creative places to store paracord, including boot laces, a bracelet, and an ax handle wrap. However, none of these allow for storage of very large amounts of paracord. A line of belts developed by Rattlerstrap fulfills this purpose, while also replacing a piece of gear that you may otherwise take for granted."
Buy now and be prepared to be useful.
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Jus got it. Really solid construction. With that said it really surpasses any other belt I've owned previously. Of course being that not only is it well made with a "re-string" warranty and the fact that it would have more than enuff cordage in a dire situation, but also because it stands up to all your abuse. u may not be able to attach, gun, knife, multi tool, mace, what have u. But I will say the "rattler tail will be more than a pain to string thru most of ur edc equipment. There will be some manipulation involved and will make it a bit of a pain to switch pants and regear. Not sure how I feel about that yet or if the belt is worth this extra time and effort, but as far as the quality.... Excellence! Usability...... Excellence! Emergency......no brainer. No bracelet could ever b as useful or accomplish as many tasks or time as this belt. The only thing that this company could do to make this belt a secondary item is to make rifle slings. [may already b out there, have not researched it yet] but if not , then they need to do it. Only downfall as of yet [1st day I've had it] is the tail. It just can't accomodate most holsters or sheaths.
Update 4 12 17...
So as of a couple weeks ago the tongue on the buckle broke off. Never had that happen with any belt ever. But no problem ill just email customer support and see what we can work out...... Well 2 weeks later and not a word from them. Its still a good belt, but keep your backups. I put too much confidence in this belt and it failed. And I'm not even 2yrs deep yet.