16 Nov Survival Laces 2.0: Another Addition to Your Preparedness
What if it got down to it and a simple set of shoelaces saved your life? That isn’t an unrealistic expectation. When preparing, everything on you and in your bug-out bag should be considered as life-saving. Survival Laces 2.0 should be a part of your preparedness.
Shoe/Boot laces can be used to start a fire, bind a wound, catch a fish, set a trap, repair your gear, build a shelter, and more. However, not just any shoelace will have that ability. Survival Laces 2.0 are made of military-grade 550 paracord with a core of seven nylon strands. We won’t go far as to state a set weight the 550 paracord can handle, but it is significant considering the size of a shoelace. We are talking several hundred pounds in a stress test.
Also included within the set of laces are a 1-inch ferro rod, tinder stretching the full length of the lace, and fishing line. To start a fire, just remove the tinder, fry it with your knife or sharp edge, and use the ferro rod to light the tinder.
Necessity is the mother of invention. I’m sure you will find other ways to use your laces in an emergency situation.
Whether it is a high-quality flashlight or a set of simple laces, preparedness should be part of our daily life.
Available in these lengths: 48″, 54″, 64″, 72″, and 84″
Color Options: Black and Olive