At Survival Straps, we respect and acknowledge the enormous sacrifices made by our military men and women. Many of these service members return home from war with both physical and mental injuries including traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress disorder, or combat stress. We’re proud to support an organization that is committed to honoring and empowering this generation of wounded service members and help them successfully adjust back to life at home.
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) began 10 years ago when several veterans and friends, moved by the stories of the first wounded service members returning home from Afghanistan and Iraq, took action to help others in need. Today, WWP serves tens of thousands of wounded servicemen and women and families with programs and services providing engagement opportunities, physical and mental health support, and economic empowerment.
In recognition of the 10-year anniversary of WWP, Survival Straps® is honored to further the mission with custom WWP Survival Straps products and a commemorative 10-year bracelet and key fob.
To get involved and learn more about WWP and their decade of service and lifetime commitment to injured service members and their families, please visit WWP10.org.
Purchase your Wounded Warrior Project Survival Straps gear, here.
Even on the most well-prepared of trips or adventures, unexpected events occur that can likely throw a wrench in your plans, which is why having 550 military spec paracord on hand is ideal. Peter learned this first-hand while on boat race with friends. He shared this exciting story with us:
“I was sailing in the Bermuda Race on my boat. The race was from Newport, Rhode Island to Bermuda. We were going into an overnight race, and we had stocked up on everything. We had a week’s worth of food and water. We had half a dozen sails or more and many yards of line. The race was 635 miles, and we hoped to sail that in 3 to 4 days. It was the second night when the seas got rough and the winds started to pick up. I believe it was about 2 am and out of nowhere there was a giant BOOM. The main sail’s halyard had snapped. I was half asleep on the rail when it happened and was suddenly smothered by a 100 pound sail. When I emerged from the cocoon of sail, I found the halyard at the mast flopping around. I needed a line or something fast. I realized that I had my Survival Straps Survival Bracelet on and decided to use that as the fixing line. So I cut an end and unraveled the band. All the while, we are going through 10 foot swells and 20-30 miles per hour wind. So, I spliced the two lines together and fixed the line with the military grade paracord. As a result, we got through the storm and the race; we finished in fourth place over all. What was amazing was the fact that when I took the sail down, the paracord was still tough and strong – even after having thousands of pounds of pressure on it for 50 hours straight!”What a view! Congrats on a successful trip, and we’re thrilled to have been a part of such a cool adventure.
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On May 20, 2013, Oklahoma was hit by a series of massive and deadly tornadoes that left devastation and heartbreak in their wake. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected as they grieve the loss of their loved ones, homes and belongings. The relief effort is only just beginning, and this Support Page will hopefully aid the rescue workers as they repair this broken city and bring some comfort to the people who have lost so much.
A group of our Survival Straps friends hiked up the Appalachian Trail this fall and took their Survival Bracelets with them-just in case. You never know when you’ll need to use 550 paracord to save your hide!
Survival Straps® is a proud partner of the Wounded Warrior Project®. 50% of the proceeds of our WWP gear benefit this organization that aims to foster the most successful, well adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. So far, Survival Straps® has donated over $700,000 to WWP. Show your personal support by purchasing WWP gear on our website today. Thank you for your support!
Survival Straps® is fired up to announce its U.S. Army 10th Mountain Division and U.S. Army 1st Armored Division gear! All gear is made in America from military spec paracord and supports America’s heroes. Our 82nd Airborne Division gear now is available in the Military/Patriotic collection on our website http://www.survivalstraps.com/patriot-military.html Thank you so much for your support!
It’s the perfect time of the year to enjoy the great outdoors! Whether you are camping, hunting, or just running around town, a Survival Straps® bracelet is a great accessory that looks awesome and can help to save your hide in an emergency. If you do use it in an emergency, we replace it for free! All Survival Straps® gear is made in the USA and supports America’s Heroes. You can customize your own gear with 50,000 different color combinations to choose from on our website.