How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

The King Cobra Bracelet is the larger version of the Cobra Bracelet. The basic idea of the bracelet is to make a cobra bracelet and then create the same weave over it. In this tutorial, we used Neon Orange for the base color and Disco Night as the top layer. We also used a 1/2” Gray Buckle.

Supplies Needed:

  • 16-20 ft of nylon, 550 paracord (If you want to do two different colors, you will want to have 8-10 ft of each)
  • 1/2″ buckle
  • Tape Measure or Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Lighter

PART I: Making the Cobra Bracelet

1.

Measure your wrist to determine how much paracord you will need. In general, adult wrist sizes are between 7 and 8 inches. Cut a piece of paracord according to your wrist size. You will need 1 ft of paracord for every inch of your wrist. The color of paracord you choose for this step will be the underneath color.

2.

Fold the paracord in half and put the folded end through the top on one side of the 1/2” buckle and then over the entire buckle and pull through to create a cow hitch knot.

3.

Take the two ends of the paracord and put them through the top of the other side of the buckle. Do not twist them. Put your wrist in the loop and pull the cords through. Pinch at the point where the loop measures your wrist size.

4.

Release the buckle and lay the bracelet out with one cord to each side and the middle two cords parallel down the middle.

5.

Cross the left cord over the middle two cords and place the right cord over it.

6.

Then, bring the right cord underneath the middle two cords and put it through the loop on the left side. Pinch where the paracord goes through the buckle and carefully pull the knot tight.

7.

Repeat steps 5-6, but opposite. Lay the right cord over the middle two cords, place the left cord over the crossed right cord, and bring it under the middle two cords. Then, push it through the right-side loop and pull tight. This knot should mirror the first one.

8.

Continue to alternate left and right as you make the knots and push the knots upward every few to make sure they are tight. Keep making this weave until you reach the end.

9.

Once you’ve reached the buckle, cut each end of the paracord about 1/4” from the bracelet.

PART II: Creating the Outer King Cobra Weave

1.

Now that you have created your basic Cobra Bracelet, make it a King Cobra by taking your second color of paracord and cutting the same amount as in Part I (8-10 ft). Take both ends of this cord and melt them into the ends of the bracelet that was created. Make sure that this new cord isn’t twisted.

2.

Find the middle of this cord and cut it in half. Melt the ends to keep them from fraying.

3.

Begin doing the same pattern as before. Take the cord on the right side and place it over the bracelet. Take the left side cord and put it over the right cord, under the bracelet, and then through the loop on the right side. Pull this knot tight so that it lays in between the first set of bumps on the bracelet.

4.

Repeat step 3 but opposite. Lay the left cord over the bracelet, place the right cord over the crossed left cord, and bring it under the middle two cords. Then, push it through the left-side loop and pull tight. This knot should mirror the first one and lay between the second bumps.

5.

Continue this alternating pattern until you reach the end of the bracelet. Cut the ends of the cord 1/4” from the bracelet.

6.

Melt the ends and flatten with a lighter.

Your two-color King Cobra Paracord Bracelet should look like this:

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Any two colors of 550 paracord as well as any color 1/2” buckle can be used for this bracelet. To check out other tutorials for more step-by-step guidance, click here.

My King Cobra is twice the width of my standard cobra knot bracelet. That’s why I show this substantial bracelet in a comparison photo on the left! This is a hefty tactical bracelet and when ordered in one color contains 16-20 feet of survival paracord depending on your wrist size! One or two colors of your choice. Comes with our larger 1/2 inch durable contour buckle. (Want a stripe? Click Here!) More comparison info and photos here…

  • Colors Shown.
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Paracord Colors Shown:
TOP: Olive Drab Edge, Multi Camo Center
MIDDLE LEFT: Black Edge, Olive Drab Center
MIDDLE RIGHT: Electric Blue Edge, Black Center
BOTTOM: Desert Sand Tan Edge and Center, Desert Camo Stripe (Want a stripe? Click here for our King Cobra Elite!)

How do I provide an accurate wrist size?

  1. First, you’ll need a ruler, a pen or pencil, and a strip of paper about a half-inch wide.
  2. Wrap the strip of paper lightly around your wrist.
  3. Mark the piece of paper right where it meets the starting point.
  4. Then measure that length on a ruler. Now you know what size to order!

What’s the difference between Standard and King Cobra?

The King Cobra is one hefty paracord bracelet or K9 Collar!

What type of 550 Military Paracord do you use?

All of my products are made to order by me right here in the U.S.A. with mil-spec MIL-C-5040H type III requirement cord and have a minimum breaking strength of 550 pounds (550 cord).

Not all paracord is created equal — especially the sub-par cord from overseas. My 550 parachute cord comes from the same U.S. factory that is a government contractor to supply the military, so quality is assured. We use the actual paracord our service men and women rely on every day!

There is approximately 1″ of paracord for every inch of knotting. This does vary slightly depending on the knot. If you were to disassemble your item you could use the cord and the strands within for all kinds of outdoor and, yes, survival applications.

What type of clasps do your bracelets have?

How long will it take to make my item(s)?

Keep in mind each of your items will be handmade to order based on your specific order details. We are always pretty busy (Paul only has two hands after-all) so most orders are knotted up and ship within 5-6 business days — sometimes sooner. Veteran and LEO orders are given first priority and always go to the front of the line.

With that said, USPS is even more inefficient than usual. Plan on extended delivery times once your order is on the way. You will be provided a tracking number so that you can keep an eye on your package as USPS plods along.

Due to the amount of knotting required on larger orders and dog leashes, these orders will take more time, so plan on an additional 7-10 days. If you have a specific in-house date don’t hesitate to reach out and let us know!

The king cobra bracelet is a winner. It stores a lot of cord and has a nice look to it.

The king cobra bracelet is a simple evolution of the regular cobra bracelet. The main benefits of this type of bracelet are the large cord storage capability and a bulkier look.

The bracelet itself is not much harder to make than the cobra bracelet, much because of the fact that it is simply a series of cobra knots made over the regular cobra bracelet. Because of that fact, it is often referred to as the double cobra bracelet.

We will be making the bracelet on the basis of the regular cobra bracelet. If you have not done one yet, head over to my how to make a cobra paracord bracelet tutorial and make one!

  • Difficulty: low
  • Cord storage: large
  • Child friendly: yes
  • Other names for the bracelet: double cobra bracelet

Supplies needed

    550, two colors are recommended, in my bracelets I use three. One for the core, one for the cobra knot and one for the king cobra cover.
  • heat source to melt the cord (a lighter works just fine)
  • scissors or knife to cut the cord with
  • a paracord bracelet jig is recommended

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

The bracelet is an evolution of the cobra bracelet. It is simply an additional layer of paracord over the regular cobra bracelet, making a double cobra. The only knots used are the cobra knot and the diamond knot, which is used to finish the bracelet.

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

You can also see this video for additional help:

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How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

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425 Survival Paracord Bracelet 100% Nylon Made In USA – 3/8 Strong Black Plastic Buckle

425 paracord (also know as 550 cord or parachute cord) is a strong, thin, lightweight rope, usually made of nylon. It was developed by the military and originally used for parachute suspension lines. Over time people discovered it could be used for all kinds of survival, outdoor, home and craft situations.

Paracord is manufactured to rigid specifications. It has:

3 inner nylon strands. This provide its strength. The strands are enclosed in a sheath

• A breaking strength of 425 pounds. (This is a static load strength. The safe working load strength is lower – usually considered to be between 90-130 lbs, depending on application.)

• The capacity to stretch up to 30%.

The cord is ideal for paracord suspension lines, since a dozen lines below a parachute provide plenty of strength and the stretch capacity softens jarring. Since the cord is small, lightweight and strong, military personal carried it with them and discovered it is very versatile and can be used in all kinds of situations.

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

Are you just beginning the fun world of paracording? Or are you trying to teach someone else but don’t know where to start? Learn the Cobra Weave and try some cool variations off it! Here you will find five beginner weaves to start crafting and build your paracord collection off of. Enjoy!

Cobra Weave

In case if you haven’t done the Cobra Weave yet, begin here. This is one of the easiest and most used paracord weaves. It uses just two strands and a repeating pattern. This is also a great weave to start with because there are so many variations of it and some different weaves begin with a simple cobra stitch just to hold the strands in place. The cobra is a quick weave and is commonly used for bracelets, dog collars, dog leashes, handles, keychains, and numerous other things.

#1 King Cobra

The King Cobra is a great weave to try after the cobra as it is the exact same weave. To do this, once you get to the end of your bracelet, simple flip it around and continue the cobra stitch right over the cobra weave you just did. This weave is also commonly done in bracelets, dog collars, dog leashes, and just a way to make a bigger/thicker cobra weave. In the above video, you will learn the King Cobra Weave and how to do a Cobra Weave without a buckle and using the Cobra Stitch as the knot.

#2 Thin Blue Line

This weave is the exact same weave as the Cobra, but you add a hollowed-out blue cord. The Thin Blue Line Paracord Bracelet is a great bracelet to make in honor of police men and women. Or you can make it with blue as the weave and use a thin white cord instead for EMS or black and red for firefighers. The list goes on and on. This is a fun weave to do to honor a public servant.

#3 Awareness Bracelets

How to make a king cobra paracord bracelet

This is another variation of the Cobra Weave. It’s actually more of an addition to the Cobra Weave. The ribbon doesn’t get added until you actually finish the Cobra Weave Bracelet . As with the Thin Blue Line, this easy Awareness Ribbon bracelet is a great way to honor someone with a terrible disease. The ribbon can, of course, be made with any color to honor or remember a loved one.

#4 Reverse Stitched Solomon

The Reverse Stitched Solomon bracelet is done nearly the same way as the Cobra but comes out looking very different. You still do the cobra stitch but instead of doing the weave over both base strands, you just do it over one and alternate sides as usual. I’ve done this bracelet with many different colors and looks great in all of them.

#5 Rainbow

As with the Awareness Ribbon Bracelet, the Rainbow Bracelet is just an addition to the Cobra Bracelet. You complete the cobra bracelet as usual, but when you finish you grab your fid or needle and add the colors in.

What other easy weaves have you tried?

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550lb paracord has long been renowned for its innumerable uses and survival functions, and has now found favour as a versatile crafting material. With a bit of practice and patience, you can make all sorts of stuff with it; pouches, dog collars, watch straps and necklaces, to name but a few. Perhaps the most popular accessory you can create from paracord is a bracelet, which can make for a nice finished product not just aesthetically, but also in terms of function. Wearing a paracord bracelet is a good way of ensuring you always have some useful cordage, literally close at hand.

Having been feeling a bit crafty recently, I had a go at weaving some paracord bracelets, and quickly found myself getting obsessed! I tried several different variations based on the classic ‘Cobra’ weave, and here’s a few of the bracelets that I ended up with:

King Cobra Paracord Bracelet

The ‘King Cobra’ is a natural continuation of the classic ‘Cobra’ weave pattern that’s commonly used in paracord bracelet manufacture. It creates a nice wide fitment and a really chunky looking bracelet, and of course means you’re carrying that much more cordage than a standard Cobra bracelet. My example here ended up using a good 16 feet of cord, while the normal Cobras for my wrist size would use just 8.5 feet.

‘Fisherman’ Survival Bracelet

With this bracelet I included a hidden compartment fashioned from black polyolefin heatshrink, which contains a mini survival fishing kit consisting of hooks, weights and swivels sealed in a length of plastic straw, and then wrapped in fishing line. After inserting the fishing kit and passing the two central cords of the Cobra weave through the heatshrink, then shrinking it with a lighter, I carried on the Cobra weave to completion. There are plenty of options for what you could include in one of these bracelets, and it’s certainly an idea that could be taken a lot further. A fully-featured bug-out survival bracelet can be made if you have the patience, and lots of small survival kit components to build into it.

Hex Nut Bracelet

The ‘tech’ look of this bracelet was achieved by threading ten M8 hex nuts onto the two central lines of the Cobra weave before commencing, and then weaving around the nuts. To continue the metallic theme of the bracelet, I switched out the usual plastic buckle in favour of an eleventh hex nut coupled to a D-shackle. The finished bracelet looks awesome, and on those very rare occasions when you find yourself needing M8 hex nuts, you’ll be glad you chose to wear this bracelet.

‘Mad Max’ Style Paracord Bracelet

My personal favourite of these bracelets is actually inspired by my favourite film of 2015, ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’. The film featured some brilliantly detailed imagery for such a fast-paced white-knuckle action fest. One of these little details was the paracord bracelet worn by ‘Mad’ Max Rockatansky (played by Tom Hardy) throughout the film, which is a customised version of a Cobra weave that doesn’t use a buckle, but instead uses the cord itself to tighten the bracelet around the wrist. The great thing about this bracelet is that you can always achieve a perfect comfort fit each time you put it on; simply pull it tighter until it’s just right.

If you haven’t tried making up a paracord bracelet before, give it a go! All you need to get going is some paracord, some buckles, a ruler, a lighter and some scissors. The Cobra weave is a good starting point, as I found, but there are plenty of other weaves and variations to try out. Crafting with paracord is one of those hobbies that’s very easy to get into, but has much depth and countless possibilities when you really get into it!