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95 paracord falls between 275 paracord and Micro paracord: smaller than 275, but with a higher tensile strength than Micro. With a diameter of 1.85mm it is an ideal choice for smaller DIY projects that 550 paracord is greater that your needs. Each 100' section comes wound on a convenient reusable spool and is MADE IN THE USA!

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  • ASIN: B00KXELTQ2

Customer Reviews

Good product but check dimensions

17 people found this helpful.
 on April 13, 2015
By LmBKY
This is good strong cord, and shipping was fast, but the dimensions are incorrect. It is listed as 1.85mm in diameter, but it does not come close to fitting into a 2.0mm hole. I measured it and it is closer to 2.5-3.0 mm. I’ll keep it and use it for something else.

Paracord for shoelaces and McGyver’ing

6 people found this helpful.
 on May 27, 2016
By Des Astor
I have a pair of combat boots that I use rather actively over a broad range of activities. Recently, my shoelaces busted. Since laces are fairly expensive in the store, I instead decided to purchase paracord due to my very positive experiences w/other paracord products. Item arrived promptly and safely packaged. It is however not on a roll, which could cause problems if you store it in a careless manner as it will surely become tangled after a few uses. I recommend rolling the cord over the palm of your hand or using a cylindrical object upon receiving it. Repackaging only takes a few minutes. The color of Tan499 matches my boots almost perfectly. Please appreciate that his is a very thin cord, although the quality of the cord is superb and I ended using the cord for lifting and tying projects. I am certain that it could come in handy on a multitude of projects, especially if you are an outdoor type of individual. I have not been able to tear or rip it and believe me I have tried. Use a knife, shears, or hot object to cut. The ends will frail after cutting and either need to be melted, taped, or covered w/something to prevent that from happening. Overall, this was a very satisfying purchase

Awesome for building headphone cables

11 people found this helpful.
 on March 16, 2016
By Drew Baumann
Awesome quality and terrific color! I used this to build my own headphone cable and it worked wonderfully.

Five Stars

12 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2015
By Raymond A. Sudheimer
Perfect for restringing my wind chimes!

nice thin line

9 people found this helpful.
 on October 7, 2014
By Amazon Customer
Nice quality, very thin cordage. Colors are distinct and nicely woven. This size worked well for small lanyards on little toys. Pay attention to the sizing specifics though, as it is very thin line.

Very good paracord… Be sure you get the length ordered.

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 17, 2017
By Datadan
This is my second order for a 100′ of paracord.

"Delicate" Paracord

3 people found this helpful.
 on September 22, 2015
By K. Barnes
I needed cording for a collar to fit my wife’s small dog. Type III paracord was just too big for a 12 lb dog, given the pattern I was weaving.

I’m buying more as soon as I run out.

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 22, 2015
By John Lewis Ebert
The picture doesn’t do justice to the design. I’ve used this paracord for basic lashing, detail work in weaving projects, and even used it to replace a part of a whip. No matter what I throw at it, there seems to be no task that you need a thin, strong string for that this won’t handle better than just about anything else.

Groovy size for necklaces and lanyards.

One person found this helpful.
 on March 16, 2017
By Boony
I just used some of this to restring my necklace and it fit the pony beads just fine.

Tom Brady sucks!

One person found this helpful.
 on April 10, 2017
By Jesus rodriguez
Was the right size to make my plastic trim tool look like a prison shank. Not saying that i use it as a shank but I’m not not saying that…but if someone name tom Brady was walking by me… all I know itll improve my grip. Not too bulky and slightly fatter than a shoelace

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