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Christian Collection

Survival Straps® Christian Collection

Our Survival Bracelets™ have become known as a symbol of strength, honor, survival, helping others and the belief in American production. They are fashionable, make a statement and are a lot of fun to wear. This collection includes Survival Bracelets™ for the whole family. You can design your own bracelet with one or 2 colors to match your personal style.

The clasp is made from the highest quality marine grade stainless steel. Additionally, each product comes interwoven with a beautiful stainless steel cross charm. The cross is made from the same stainless steel as the clasp. They are both guaranteed for life to never break or rust. The body of the bracelet is made from super strong, authentic, military spec 550 paracord. In an emergency situation, you can unravel the bracelet to gain use of several feet of emergency cordage. Example uses are making a tourniquet to help someone in an accident or tying luggage down to a vehicle when traveling. If you do use it in an emergency, send us your story, and we replace it for free.

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