Easy Paracord Zipper Pull

How to make a paracord zipper pull. This easy to make paracord project is ideal for not only giving you quicker access to your pack, apparel, and other gear, but adds a bit of customization as well. This method can also be used for making a single-strand keychain fob. The tying technique used here is the basic Cobra Weave. All that is needed for this simple DIY project is 2 1/2′ of 550 paracord and a few minutes of your time. Enjoy!
IntenseAngler’s “Tip Of The Week”, Episode 26
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