RMK Paracord Quick-Release Keychain

Mar 30, 2017

Category: Gear

Keychains are a dime a dozen. Most brands make them as a toss-off checkout lane product that you can pick up for an extra few bucks – but Arktype? All they do is make keychains, and if the RMK Paracord Quick-Release Keychain tells us anything, they are damn good at it.

The RNK uses an American made black oxide military grade HK rifle hook to snap around your belt loop, a hand woven 550 paracord body (that doubles as a survival tool), and a neodymium magnetic clasp for easy detachment of your keys. This means you don’t have to struggle to take your keychain off in order to open up your door or turn the ignition on your car. And not only does the combination of all of these different materials make for a sharp looking keychain ideal for everyday wear – but the materials are tough as hell and built to last. You can add this to your daily carry for $32.

Purchase: $32

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