You’re out hiking with friends when someone breaks an ankle and needs to be carried out on a makeshift stretcher.
You’re driving on back “roads” and you get unexpectedly stuck in the mud and don’t have a wench or a tow rope.
You have to spend the night in the woods but you have no means to make shelter or fire.
You’re four days away from the parking lot and a critical piece of your gear fails (like you’re backpack strap) and you have nothing to repair it.
Reliable cordage is one of the most challenging things to improvise in the wilderness. There’s a good reason why soldiers have adopted paracord as their go-to utility cord: It’s strong, lightweight, weatherproof, and there’s always some lying around in a pinch.
Or is there? Most people never carry more than a bracelets’ length on their person (the rest is on a shelf in the garage). What’s the point of having it if it’s not on you at a time when you need it?
For the prepared mind, nothing feels better than having the right tool at the right time. But it’s even better when one resource can be used to solve a multitude of different problems (like duct tape). And better yet, that resource can be carried all day every day without adding any extra weight or baggage.
Now you can carry dozens of feet of the world’s most versatile cord around your waist at all times. The paracord belt gives you this and more.
We expertly craft our belts with 80+ feet of paracord so that when you head into the outdoors you are prepared to improvise if need be. If you do need to take the belt apart to use the cord in an emergency or survival situation, we cover you by offering a guarantee that we’ll remake your belt free of charge if you send us the buckle.
There is no better time to retire (and stop poking new holes in) your old leather belt, or finally replace that webbing riggers belt (the one with the fro, I mean fray) and start taking advantage of your most underutilized every day carry accessory. By wearing RattlerStrap you can add function to a piece of gear that most people take for granted.
So next time you’re way out there with nothing to rely on but your gear and your wits and things don’t go as planned, you’ll be the one with paracord.
So don’t wait for your next trip!
Get a RattlerStrap belt today and not only will you have a comfortable, weather-proof, infinitely-adjustable, and durable belt that keeps your pants up (for years and years), you’ll have an asset that can save your ass if SHTF.
“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.”
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