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Thin Red Line Flag Stitched Fishtail Paracord Bracelet.

Thin Red Line Flag Stitched Fishtail Paracord Bracelet.

$ 34.99

The Thin Red Line is a universal Firefighter symbol, known across the US.  This finely crafted paracord bracelet is hand crafted from USA made commercial Type III black 550 cord and stitched with red nylon micro cord to represent the Thin Red Line Flag.  The bracelet measures 5/8" wide, but still perfect for those who prefer a smaller fit.

 

These sturdy, high quality bracelets make a great gift for your loved one serving as a Firefighter or first responder, or wear in support.

All Surf City Products are handmade in the USA using only the highest quality 550 Paracord.

***IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ REGARDING SIZING***

At Surf City Paracord, we are experts in sizing your bracelet and each order is hand made to fit close to your wrist. We test every order size on our custom sizing tools to make sure your bracelet will fit your wrist. As long as we receive the correct measurements, we ensure your bracelet will fit. For instructions how to measure your wrist and select the proper size, please click here.

*Please do not send use measurements of existing paracord bracelets. Different weaves and buckle sizes may give us the wrong size. Only send us the actual measurement of your wrist circumference.

****PROCESSING TIME****
All items are hand made to order. Our typical turn around time is 3-4 business days depending on our current workload. On occasion, we will need additional time to complete your order. If you need a rush order, please contact us and we will try to prioritize your order (extra fees may apply).

ALL SALES FINAL, NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES.  Please make sure you have given us the correct measurement before completing your order.

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