TRU-SPEC #550 Paracord 100 Foot Length
SKU #: TruSpec-100ft
550 paracord has tons of uses and should be included in everyone's outdoor kit, tactical kit, or just around the house. Uses include: safely opening doors from a distance during building searches, camping, crabbing, indoor and outdoor clotheslines, halyard lines. garden lines, venetian blinds, awning lines and other things that require great strength, durability, quick drying, rot and mildew resistance. Military Para Cord consists of seven separate nylon strands inside a sheath to provide strength. The individual strands can be removed for other uses and the sheath can be used by it's self for lanyards of all types.
In an emergency, the inner strands can be removed for fishing line or sewing thread.
89% Recommend this product (131 of 147 responses)
July 9, 2017
Can't Have Enough Paracord
Great colors, fair pricing with shipping.
South Central, Michigan
July 5, 2017
Haven't used it, have it in the wifes and I, go/get home/BOB bags for emergencies. But feels to be a good quality.
ProsEasy to stow in my bag.
May 4, 2017
Top quality at great price. Would buy again
Fort Worth, Tx
April 30, 2017
Good camping Cord
Bought this as cut up line for the Troop. This is good cord for the price. the whole Troop practiced their knots and we have plenty left over for the next busy weekend.
ProsGood handy cord. Boy Scout worthy
By David C
April 17, 2017
Strong great price
Excellent price great product should have one in all your vehicles garage home anywhere
ProsStrong lightweight nice size
April 16, 2017
Perfect will order mite
March 18, 2017
Paracord is paracord from what I've seen. I buy it when it's on sale
March 10, 2017
It is cordage. Yes, please.
It is cordage. Not the fanciest stuff in your kit, but you are glad you have it if you need it. It weighs ounces (if that much), and takes up roughly the same space as a Surefire P2X.
ProsIt is cordage. It is always good to have.
February 17, 2017
Great price on an old standby; thanks LAPG.
ProsLots for less.
By Kyle Nussbaum
February 5, 2017
January 22, 2017
Essential to any survival kit
ProsGreat camouflage pattern
January 21, 2017
Red is vibrant!
I got this in red to hold up my stockings. Figured if 550 can hold up sheets, it can hold up Christmas stockings. Worked great! I had so much extra, I used it for wrapping presents. The color is super vibrant and is made of sturdy material. I'll be buying this again for my next deployment.
ProsPretty color Durable
January 7, 2017
Great products and service
Wonderful product with lots of uses. Holds up well through weather and general abuse.
December 13, 2016
I've been using Tru-Spec 550 for several years now with the blades and sheaths I make. I also keep some in my packs and kits.
December 9, 2016
Great line :)
Love this stuff, tons of uses. Currently bout laces
5 Questions & 9 Answers
from CA asked:
November 11, 2015
What is the diameter of the cord?
According to Tru-Spec the diameter is 5/32"
on November 17, 2015
from Leslie, MI asked:
June 3, 2014
The description indicated 7 strands. Are there 3 yarns per stand or 2?
If I'm looking at the right one (I've spoled all my paracord) it's 2 yarn per strand.
on June 3, 2014
from Arlington, Tx
2 yarns per strand
on June 3, 2014
from Pittsburgh, PA
If there are 2 yarns per strand, not 3, this is NOT Mil-Spec. It's the commercial grade. The MIL-SPEC stuff has three yarns per strand. The only place I have found that sells the MIL-SPEC stuff routinely is Cabelas. It's about twice as expensive as non MIL-SPEC cord.
on September 18, 2014
Try Best Glide. Theirs is 7 strands. Within that is 3. And within each of the 3 is more than I can count. It's the real deal.
on February 28, 2016
from Powder Springs, Ga.
March 22, 2013
Are these Paracords Mil spec?
Tru-Spec has informed us that this paracord is Mil-Spec. It is 550 cord (550 lb tensile strength) with the 7 braded strands of nylon running up the center (core) of the cord and it is manufactured in the U.S.
on March 22, 2013
Somebody's wrong here, then... According to the earlier answers, Mil-Spec paracord must have
yarns per strand, yet this cord only has ! (I suspect that this difference would also have an effect on the tensile strength of the para cord. If Mil-Spec has a strength of 550 lbs with its 3 strands per yarn, then a cord with 2 strands per yarn should have a tensile strength that is less!)
on November 23, 2015
November 10, 2012
what's the weight of the package?
The 100 foot paracord weight .5 pounds.
on November 10, 2012
November 8, 2012
what might be the breaking strength of this cord?
The Tru-Spec Paracord has a minimum breaking strength of 550 pounds.
on November 8, 2012
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