As a survivalist, one of the things you need to know is paracord bracelet patterns. Knowing how to make your own means, you’ll be able to carry cordage wherever you go.
– Can be made with two different strands or one – Can be made with a buckle or lanyard knot – Not too thick but holds a good amount of paracord per bracelet – Easy to make
The whole point of wearing a paracord bracelet is to have it there in an emergency. But what good will it be in an emergency if you spend 5+ minutes unraveling the bracelet??? A quick-deploy pattern solves this problem.
The King Cobra is another of the most popular patterns. It is also easy to make since it is just the Cobra braided over itself. However, it differs because it is the widest and holds a lot of cordage.
– Thicker bracelet – Holds more paracord – Not as much give/stretch as other patterns – Fairly easy – Looks awesome with two colors
You might have seen the regular version of the trilobite paracord bracelet pattern (also called the ladder pattern). This one is harder to make (and harder than the quick deploy fishtail pattern), but it has some benefits, like holding more cordage.
This paracord bracelet pattern isn’t found as often, so it is great if you want something unique. It also has the benefit of being less bulky than the Cobra. Note that the video tells you to use two 6″ strands of 450 paracord.