We’d like to thank Matthew “Amarok” Blanchet for the blog post he made about our products!
Amarok is wearing a Cobra Belly Bar bracelet in Midnight Navy and Blue Camo.
Here’s what he had to say:
“I got mine from a start up business called, Survival Circlets, and I can’t recommend this guy enough! Ryan Stebbins clearly knows what he’s doing, and unlike most paracord making its rounds these days, he uses honest-to-goodness military grade stuff. Three by seven weave. That means the rope is made of three strands, and each strand is made up of seven “inner” strands. All in all, the cord is rated to hold 550 pounds. That’s a lot for a bit of rope that’s smaller than your pinky.
Oh, and I should mention Ryan’s workout blog, TrueBeast. Ryan was and still is my inspiration for working out. Sure, I may not want to be a body builder, but being fit and healthy is something I strive for. And Ryan got me started and has kept me motivated, I’d be remiss not to give him a big shout out.”
Glad you like my products, Amarok – and it’s very awesome to know I’ve inspired someone to workout!
Also, we are almost ready to add custom photo bracelets! We will be offering a wide variety of regular and wide survival bracelets that include customizable dog tags. You will be able to add photos or logos of your choosing! We are also in the process of acquiring licensing to produce bracelets with logos from certain groups and companies.
Besides that, we will be adding more Pre-Selected Bracelet Designs soon, as well! See our previous post for a full list of up-coming paracord items!
Winter is tough. If you’re like us, you’re sick of snow already…
But hey, there are a few upsides! Like the 10% Off Store-wide Sale we’re running until April 1st, 2015!
So load up your cart and apply coupon code “WINTERSALE10” at checkout!
Have a good one, and check back soon for new products!
I hope everyone is enjoying the selection so far! Coming Soon:
1. New Key Fob Weave Patterns
We are working hard to bring you new key fob designs – each with multiple color options and LOTS more paracord per inch!
2. Custom Photo Survival Bracelets
We’re also working on custom photo bracelets, which will allow you to use your own photos! You’ll be able to customize your design right inside your web browser.
3. Officially Licensed Survival Bracelets
Additionally, we are going to offer a wide variety of officially licensed bracelets very soon! These will pertain to various organizations, companies, and teams you may like!
4. More Pre-Selected Survival Bracelet Designs
There are so many designs we are planning to offer, it’s hard to list them all!
A few up-coming designs include a “Thin Blue Line” bracelet to show your support for our police, and a “Thin Red Line” bracelet to show support for our firemen! We will also be offering custom photo bracelets of the same design, so you can show support for the policeman or fireman in your life! Similar EMT bracelets are also in the works!
We plan to bring you a wide range of medical alert bracelets, for a variety of diseases and conditions.
Finally, we are also going to expand our currently existing designs. For example, we plan to offer our Patriot design in more product types weave patterns. Out Patriot design will not be the only way you can show your military support. We are going to bring you a lot more bracelet designs, including pre-selected camo designs, that will allow you to support our military heroes!
Stay tuned for more! Thank you!
If you know of another charity we should support or have a product idea, post it in the comments below or contact us!
The uses of paracord are limitless!
1. Use paracord to secure cargo
2. Use paracord to tie up bad guys
3. Use paracord as a belt
4. Use paracord as a rifle sling
5. Use paracord to lower supplies down a cliff
6. Use paracord to pull an object across distances
7. Use paracord to repair damaged cars / trucks / motorcycles
8. Use paracord as fishing line (inner strands)
9. Use paracord as climbing rope (ONLY in emergencies, otherwise use REAL climbing rope!)
10. Use paracord as lanyards for knives, flashlights, etc. Read More