US Paracord Manufacturers

Lean about our US paracord manufacturers and the top quality cord we sell.

Color Charts

We have created new color charts to make it easier to find and compare colors. See them by clicking the links below. (Individual colors may go out of stock temporarily but will be reordered as quickly as possible.)

Payment Methods

You can use standard credit and debit cards to make payment on our website: VISA, MASTER CARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS. We use the latest secure server technology to ensure transactions are safe. We do not store credit card numbers. We use PayPal to process transactions, even when payment is made on our website.

You may also make payment on the PayPal website, using your account or via guest checkout.

Shipping Policies

Read our policies on shipping and returns

Paracord Sizes / Buckle Sizes

See our charts showing paracord sizes and buckle sizes

Paracord Lengths

We sell more 100 ft hanks than any other size and so we stock them more heavily. When you look at a particular cord, the system defaults to the 100 ft length. From a category index, if you simply add a cord to your shopping cart you will get the 100 ft length.

Shorter and longer lengths are available for many cords. Use the dropdown or click to a product description page to see if other lengths are available. If you choose a different length, the system will adjust the price. If you increase the quantity for a cord, you will be ordering multiple cords of the chosen length.


We offer 4-inch samples of many cords. If a sample is available, it will show as an option on the product details page. (If we have the cord on a large spool and cut it to fill orders, a sample is available. If we buy it in pre-cut lengths we can't snip off any for samples.)

We charge 50 cents per sample and they ship for free. If you want to identify a particular color or cord type, and you have the time, order samples to be sure you like the cord before you order in bulk.

Cord Softness/Stiffness

We buy cord from several different manufacturers and each has unique qualities. Most of our paracord has a nylon sheath and nylon inner cords and feels soft and flexible.

One of our manufacturers uses a poly sheath and nylon inner cores. The poly sheath feels stiffer and rougher. It has the same breaking strength (550 pounds) but it melts a little differently. The ends can be melted and joined, and it can be joined with nylon/nylon cord, but you need to get use to using it. The first three digits in our model numbers identify the manufacturer.

167- designates the manufacturer making the poly/nylon cords. If you like that style, chose cords with model numbers beginning with 167. If you dislike the feel, avoid those cords.


We offer hundreds of different colors. We try to make our photos show true colors. They are pretty good but not perfect. There may be slight differences in color from one dye lot to the next, so the same cord may be slightly different in color from order to order.

We buy similar colors from multiple manufacturers, and some use the same name. So, we may have 4 different cords named Navy Blue. Those cords may be somewhat different in color, even if they have the same name. If you find a cord you like, note the model number so you can re-order and get the same cord. (The model number will be unique, even if the name of the cord is not.)

Color preferences are subjective. We get countless requests to match colors and that can be very difficult. We do our best but do not guarantee results. “Teal” may mean different hues to different people.