EVERY BEING SHOULD HAVE A ROPE AND KNOW HOW TO DO THINGS WITH IT. By the gods, you better have a rope and practice tying weird knots. You better know how to make a hitch, how to anchor this joint for climbing, how to make a noose, how to make some rope snare doodads. Oh my, my, my, you better know how to do rope things.
Aside from a dependable fixed-blade knife, ROPE can be the handiest implement when the metal hits the meat. It can be used in SO MANY WAYS to make your life outdoors simpler and more efficient.
*and don’t get me started about how handy ropes are on boats*
WHAT: 50 feet of black nylon Emergency Zone ⅜ inch camping rope.
WHEN: Keep a bundle of 50 feet handy.
WHERE: Backpack, trunk, tied around your waist.
HOW: BRUHHHHHHHH, THERE ARE SO MANY WAYS TO USE ROPE. ALMOST ANYTHING YOU CAN THINK OF THAT YOU’D NEED TO DO OUTDOORS CAN INVOLVE ROPE.
PRACTICAL APPLICATION: This SPECIFIC rope weighs 14 ounces only. You can afford to take at least 50 feet with you. This SPECIFIC rope is great for camping stuff: drying clothes, lashing logs, and for stringing up equipment/tarps. You can’t have enough rope. This SPECIFIC rope is good utility rope. Its ends burn easily if you have to cut it. Heads up though, this SPECIFIC rope kinks easily, so it’s best to pay attention when tying knots. If you need a specialized rope for climbing or maritime stuff, then get a rope SPECIFICALLY for the purpose. This is a utility rope, good at lots, not best for anything.