Liberty Clip Paracord Keychain

Jun 9, 2016

Category: Gear

The way a lot of people evaluate the quality of everyday carry items is by judging them on how they would preform in survival scenarios. Will the stuff you have on you everyday help when things go south? When using that calculus, the Liberty Clip Paracord keychain stands out as an extremely useful item for your arsenal.

Featuring an HK style clip for hooking onto your belt or bag, along with a hefty amount of paracord attached to a key ring, this item excels at exactly what you’d want and expect it to – providing a secure place for your keys and liberating beers from of from their caps. By including a metal piece in the middle of the cord, the clip also allows you to easily stow away some cash for when you forget your wallet or need to grease some palms. While some may prefer keeping some fishing line and kindling in their paracord wraps, in the right situation Benjamin Franklin can be just as much of a life saver. Available in a handful of colors with a retail price of $15. [Purchase]

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