I was introduced to Survival Straps via a Facebook ad last year. I read up on them and decided to give several as gifts and buy a bracelet for myself (photo above).
Survival Straps take parachute cord (of different colors and designs) and weaves them into bracelets, key fobs, belts and more. They also have designs with military grade dog tags. You can have them with a college sports and Military Academies, military branch or even your on text on them. They proudly support Fire, EMS & Police forces, the Wounded Warrior Project, POW/MIA, and have officially licensed lines for the U.S. Armed Forces branches. You can even send them overseas to military members as gifts packages.
So they have great personalizable designs, support those who serve and protect us, but it does not stop at that. They back up their products. They are not called Survival Straps for nothing. They are designed to be used to help you survive. Each product can be unbound and used. They even have a section of their website devoted to people sharing their stories. They guarantee if you use your Survival Strap in an emergency, they will replace it for just the cost of postage.
They have Custom Photo Survival Gear. You can upload a photo and they will enclose it on the dog tag and it won’t scratch, rust or show fingerprints. They have them as wristbands, dog tag bracelet or a key chain. This is a great idea!
Survival Straps can save your life in more than one way. They have straps and gear with medical alerts!
Many of you know my Mother is a breast cancer survivor and because of that I have a heart to help others struggling with it. Like Jen Ozawa and her family. Survival Straps lets you support the fight against breast cancer and show your support for the fight and raise awareness for it. They have pink ribbon gear and ribbon gear supporting several other causes. Please check it out and support the fight!
The Military Memorial Collection is a great way to remember and honor those who have paid the ultimate cost to defend this land or who have been wounded in action. Again a porting of the proceeds go to support the Wounded Warrior Project.
I bought one with a dog tag and had my name as well as the info on my Granddad Allred (who served in WWII) put on it. Two of my gifts to were to parents of a Marine with his info on it. Several gifts had my Granddad’s info and my Uncle’s (who served in Vietnam) info on them. It made things very personal and was a call to appreciate family who serve. It is also a call to pray for those serving now. I have had several people ask me about mine and have since purchased for themselves and others.
I highly recommend Survival Straps and ask you to check them out!