Summer is a time for adventure, a time when we use any excuse to be outdoors. Our family enjoys going to a place called Pilot Mountain, a unique mountain just north of Winston Salem, North Carolina. Pilot Mountain is great because there are numerous hiking trails that range from a thirty minute walk to an all-day strenuous hike. The mountain is capped with beautiful boulders that my boys love to climb. Being the Mom, watching my boys climb theses rocks is terrifying. I can imagine a hundred different scenarios in which they could plummet to their death. Call me Cautious Kelly (my husband does) but I want to be prepared for anything that can go wrong, which is why I love the idea of Rescue Bands. The Rescue Band is the ultimate survival bracelet made out of Paracord; each bracelet can extend up to 20 feet and is capable of holding up to 550 pounds.
The Rescue Band is a stylish bracelet that is woven together with Paracord. Paracord is a lightweight nylon rope that was originally designed during World War II and used in the suspension lines of US Parachutes. Within the cord are seven strands that are braided together, each strand is capable of holding 50 pounds of weight for a combined total of 550 pounds. This versatile cord can be used for virtually anything; a shoe lace, a tourniquet, a tow rope, a trunk tie down. Its uses are only limited to your imagination. I received a pink and black Rescue Band, and it is charming. I thought what a great idea, but who would want to unravel this adorable bracelet? So here comes the best part; if you use the Rescue Band, they will replace the bracelet absolutely free. Just send them a letter, telling them how you used it and they will send you another.
Rescue Bands is the perfect summer accessory for men, women, children, and even your pets. Rescue Bands can be designed using any color combination and in any style. Not only do Rescue Bands make bracelets, they also make key chains, dog collars, necklaces, lanyards and luggage tags. Don’t leave home without your Rescue Band; you never know when you might need it. Rescue Bands are handmade in the USA and are available at www.rescuebands.com.
|“Natalie is a mother of two energetic boys ages 5 and 7. She spends her weekends working outside in the yard and loves DIY home improvement projects. She enjoys playing sports with her children and dreams of becoming a professional photographer..|
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