3/32" Shock Cord

9 reviews
$3.95 Weight 0.15 oz / 4.2 g

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3/32” shock cord is a good size for lashing gear to backpacks, or for thicker clothing draw cords. It can also be used to replace broken elastic on tent poles.

Our Mini Cord Locks fit well.

Sold in 15 feet (5 yards) / (4.57 meters) hanks.

Weight: .15 oz/yard (4.2 g/m)

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Richard G.
United States United States

One of many

Very good as usual

Douglas V.
United States United States

Handy to have

I've needed a small roll of shock cord for several little projects on my backpack and other gear this is perfect came in a week, one of the cheapest things from Z packs.

Robin S.
United States United States

Qualified products at a great price!

The shock cord was just what we needed to replace the shock cord in our tent piles that had either broken or lost it's elasticity. Easy to use!

Chuck L.
United States United States

101 uses.

I purchased the 3/32 Shock Cord along with the Mini Cord Locks. The two items can be used in a lot of configurations and different ways together or separately. Basically the only limitations are the persons imagination on how to use them. One simple use ( Using a tarp as an example ) as a adjustable shock cord to keep the tarps corners nice and tight while allowing the tarp to move with rain or wind. It keeps from having the tarp tear by using a static line. Run the ends of the shock cord threw the cord locks and tie a single knot in the end of each line. Now you can adjust the size of the loop ( what ever size you made the loop ) without the cord puling out by adjusting the cords distance ( loop size ) with the cord locks. It can be run threw the tarps grommet before attaching the cord lock or at ground level with the stakes. I hammock camp so there are a lot of uses for me and I like to keep some Shock cord & cord locks in my backpack.

Philip D.
United States United States

A simple need.

I did some hard searching to find this “narrow gauge” cord for my Kelty poles. 1/8” is much more common. Comparing this cord to the original Kelty product this is definitely higher grade.