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SurvivorCord is our original patented MIL-STYLE paracord with three potentially life-saving internal strands added: Fishing line, waterproof fire-starter, and multi-purpose utility wire.

SurvivorCord XT is SurvivorCord...but better! Built for Bushcraft, this latest incarnation of our patented paracord upgrades the internal survival strands for better outdoor recreational utility.

Elastic ShockCord has 100% stretch, a tensile strength of ~100 LBS, and is ideal for creating bungee cords and securing or tethering items to your equipment or vehicles.

Looking for BULK cordage? This shortcut takes you to all of your favorite TITAN Survival cordage in 500 and 1,000 foot spools.

These accessories are specifically designed by us to either work well with SurvivorCord in crafts or projects, or are made from SurvivorCord and can be used in an emergency.

SurvivorCord is patented and guaranteed for life!

In an emergency, Fire can mean Life! Make sure you're prepared.

Essential survival gear, designed to protect you from the elements in emergencies.


[blogslidersmall][content]The Overhand Knot is one of the most fundamental knots and forms the basis of many others including the simple noose, overhand loop, angler’s loop, reef knot, fisherman’s knot and water knot. The overhand knot is very secure, to the point of jamming badly. It should be used if the knot is intended to be permanent. It is often used to prevent the end of a rope from unraveling.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
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[blogslidersmall][content]The Simple Noose is the simplest of the nooses, and used mostly as a base for further work.  It is a close relative of the overhand-knot and the Marline Hitch or Single Hitch.  If used as a noose it is best to add an overhand-knot in the end. This noose can also be used as a “poor-man’s” snare for catching small birds.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
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[blogslidersmall][content]The Munter Hitch (aka Italian Hitch or Crossing Hitch) is a simple knot, commonly used by climbers, cavers, and rescuers as part of a life-lining or belay system. To climbers, this knot is also known as HMS, the abbreviation for the German term Halbmastwurfsicherung, meaning half clove hitch belay. This technique can be used with a special “pear-shaped” HMS locking carabiner, or any locking carabiner wide enough to take two turns of the rope.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]Titan Knots – Mooring Hitch (aka Tugboat Hitch)

The Mooring Hitch (aka Tugboat Hitch or Lighterman’s Hitch) is a knot ideal for heavy towing, or making fast to a post, bollard, or winch. It is easy to release, even under great load.[/content][/blogslidersmall]

[blogslidersmall][content]A Heaving Line is a simple, moderately heavy, heaving knot used on a lightweight line used on ships to establish a connection with people on another ship, the shore, or even shipmates who have gone overboard. The knot adds extra bulk and weight, making it easier to throw.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Monkey’s Fist, or monkey’s paw, is a type of knot, so named because it looks somewhat like a small bunched fist/paw. It is tied at the end of a rope to serve as a weight, making it easier to throw, and also as an ornamental knot. This type of weighted rope can be used as a hand-to-hand weapon, called a slungshot by sailors. It was also used in the past as an anchor in rock climbing, by stuffing it into a crack. Nowadays it is still sometimes used in sandstone.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Double Overhand Knot is simply a logical extension of the regular overhand knot, made with one additional pass. The result is slightly larger and more difficult to untie. It forms the first part of the surgeon’s knot and both sides of a double fisherman’s knot. The strangle knot is a rearranged double overhand knot made around an object. It is sometimes used to secure items to posts.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Bowline Knot is an ancient and simple knot used to form a fixed loop at the end of a rope. It has the virtues of being both easy to tie and untie; most notably, it is easy to untie after being subjected to a load. The bowline is sometimes referred as King of the knots because of its importance. It is one of the four basic maritime knots (the other three are figure-eight knot, reef knot and clove hitch).[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Honda Knot is the loop knot most commonly used in a lasso. Its round shape, especially when tied in stiff rope, helps it slide freely along the rope it is tied around. To tie, first place an overhand knot in the end of the rope. Then tie a second overhand knot, pass the running end of the rope through it, and tighten.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Highwayman’s Hitch is a quick-release draw loop knot used for temporarily securing a rope that will need to be released easily and cleanly. The hitch can be untied with a tug of the working end. The line does not need to be pulled from around the object.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Half Knot is a a binding knot, used primarily as the first portion of the Square (or Reef) Knot. It is also one of those “need-to-know” knots that are essential in making almost every hemp or macrame pattern out there.[/content][/blogslidersmall]
[blogslidersmall][content]The Half Hitch is a simple overhand knot, where the working end of a line is brought over and under the standing part. Insecure on its own, it is a valuable component of a wide variety of useful and reliable hitches, bends, and knots. Two successive half hitches tied around an object makes up the common clove hitch. Two successive half hitches tied around the standing part a rope is known as two-half-hitches or double half hitch.[/content][/blogslidersmall]