New Para-Claw Offers an “Edge” to Survival Paracord Bracelets
Bob McNally 02.13.17
Survivalists, campers, hunters, and other outdoorsmen have long used life-saving paracord bracelets for those possible times when the SHTF. But the new Para-Claw by the Denver-based Outdoor Edge company may be the best new wrinkle on the product to date.
Wear the Para-Claw anywhere and have an inconspicuous utility/personal defense knife always at the ready. Developed by retired bounty hunter Fugi Escobido and Outdoor Edge’s David Bloch, this innovative new knife is an essential tool for any adventurer or survivalist.
The Para-Claw features a 1.5-inch razor-sharp hawkbill blade with a stealthy BlackStone finish. The blade is integrally molded to a glass/nylon guard that ties into the bracelet. Handle grooves and a series of notches on the thumb ramp ensure a positive grip. The patent-pending sheath system locks the knife securely for immediate deployment in any situation. Once deployed, the paracord bracelet forms the knife handle.
Each bracelet is hand-tied from 550 paracord and is available in three sizes and colors. The bracelet has an adjustable loop to fine-tune the fit and a steel T-post for easy attachment. The medium and large Para-Claw are offered in both black and woodland camo, and the small is available in a purple-black two-tone.
It will soon be available at retailers nationwide and online in May at www.outdooredge.com for $29.95.