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Shock Cord (25 Feet)

$4.25

1/16th, 3/32nd or 1/8th shock cord for the do it yourselfer or someone wanting to make a repair.

For quilts 3/32nd is for light quilts, 1/8th is for winter quilts. 1/16th is not strong enough for quilt suspension.

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1/16th, 3/32nd or 1/8th shock cord for the do it yourselfer or someone wanting to make a repair.

For quilts 3/32nd is for light quilts, 1/8th is for winter quilts. 1/16th is not strong enough for quilt suspension.

Sold in 25 foot increments however the order will come as 1 piece or hank. Examples: if you order 2 units you will get a 50′ rope, if you order 5 units you will get a 125′ rope.

Specs Size / Cordlocks
  • Sold in 25 foot increments
  • Common uses quilt rigging, stuff sacks
Small, 1/16″

Medium, 3/32″

  • Double Cordlocks
  • Springless Cordlocks
  • Mini Cordlocks (using 2-strands)

Large, 1/8″

  • Double Cordlocks
  • Springless Cordlocks
  • Mini Cordlocks

Shock cord is also used with these products

  • Quilt Hooks
  • LineLocs

Additional information

Weight N/A
SKU AME002

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  1. Russell Visger

    5 out of 5

    Russell Visger

    Used this to make a temporary under quilt out of a Coleman summer sleeping bag.

    Used this to make a temporary under quilt out of a Coleman summer sleeping bag. Worked perfect, now we are going to use it to upgrade to woobie under quilts. It’s great quality, even with a sleeping bag that heavy it never broke. We stretched it to the limit and it snapped back every time, even after timing it off for two days.

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  2. Peter

    5 out of 5

    Peter (verified owner)

    Shock Cord 1/8 (25′)

    I only needed a few feet of Shock cord for self-tension lines running from my tarp but I’m glad I got 25′ of it. I keep finding more reasons to use it and for the price it’s worth having extra on hand.

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  3. Tim Hardesty

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    Tim Hardesty (verified owner)

    What size is best with your fleaz?

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