Their American-made paracord bracelets have the emergency tools woven inside, creating a low profile that’s easy to wear. Originally used in parachute suspension lines, paracord is a lightweight, tough nylon rope.
Dustin and Nick are both avid adventurers whose first-hand search and rescue experience informed which tools are included. From basics like a compass or antibiotic cream, to more serious gear like a fire starter or the means to catch food or build shelter, you’ll be prepared. If the time comes, unravel the paracord to access whichever accessories you need.
Once the bracelet is unraveled, it doesn’t go back together. But if you really need it, you’ll be glad it was there to save your wazoo.