These and other questions have mostly come to us from our thousands of Amazon Customers.
– What are some common uses for shock cord? –
Our shock cord is ideal for fixing tent poles, replacing shoe laces, making necklaces & crafts, securing items, and replacing the deck bungee cords on your kayak!
– How do I seal the ends of my new shock cord? –
Shock cord is made of a nylon sheath and rubber cores, so it can be melted with a lighter. When using this cord to fix tent poles, tie a knot to secure the end of the cord and melt the end, just past the knot.
– What material is your shock cord made of? –
Our shock cord has a 100% nylon outer sheath and (12) inner rubber strands. The key properties include: abrasion, chemical & UV resistance, low moisture absorbency, fast drying, and great stretchability.
– Does shock cord go by any other names? –
Shock cord is also called: bungee cord/rope, bungie cord/rope, elasticated cord/rope, stretch cord/rope, and many Australians call it occy strap or octopus strap. So many names for the same great product!
Have other questions about our shock cord? Write us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you with an answer as quickly as possible!