The world of travel can be unpredictable, and savvy travelers know the importance of preparing for any hiccups that may arise with a well-packed bag of on-the-go essentials like a travel toothbrush, money-belt, and phrase-book. Now there's another item to add to the checklist, though this time in the form of a multi-use, and highly fashionable survivalist bracelet.
Enter, the Survival Strap, an adjustable bracelet made from several feet of high tension, military-grade parachute cordage, with an adjustable stainless steel buckle. This fashionable accessory can be unraveled in any time of need to function as an incredibly strong rope. Beyond the many utility-centric functions comprised in the Survival Strap, its color and design are completely customizable from a variety of multi-colored cordage and buckles, to sponsored charity medallions and licensed logo charms.
Manufactured in the United States by the Florida based company, Survival Straps, their eponymous product has been making waves in the military and outdoor adventure communities, evident through the numerous testimonials of its life-saving potential and simple yet effective design. The Survival Straps Company is a staunch supporter of military personnel and national charities, such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Team X.T.R.E.M.E, and the Navy Seal Foundation, selling charity-branded survival bracelets which have already raised over one million dollars for the men and women of the U.S. armed services.
Travel Smart and Well-Equipped
Packing for a vacation abroad can be difficult, and determining which items take priority can quickly get lost in a pile of jackets, pants, novelty hats, and bathroom supplies. Over-packing can cost you extra checked baggage fees, necessitate a larger vehicle, and cause you long waits and the baggage claim, all fair reasons to pack sparse when traveling overseas.
Part of what makes the Survival Strap such a good travel tool, is its wearable, compact nature - it won't set off security alarms, looks good on, and still works as a helpful accessory without forcing you to pack an additional suitcase.
Though a leisurely vacation through Europe is often free of serious mishaps which could necessitate a survival kit, the Survival Strap is useful in a number of non-threatening situations as well. Imagine you find a large souvenir at a rural roadside shop as you cruise through Dublin, and need to tie it to the roof to get it back to your hotel. Or even more pertinent, you get into a mild fender-bender, and need a small piece of cordage to re-attach a sagging bumper before you return to the rental desk to get it fixed - these are excellent examples of the Survival Strap's endless potential as a travel aid.
Next time you find yourself in the midst of embarking on a journey to Europe, Asia, or anywhere in the world, consider adding a Survival Strap to your travel checklist, and be ready to take on whatever life throws at you.
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