The Sterling Minor Cord Mini Spool has thousands of practical uses for camping and backpacking, and it has an infinite amount of impractical uses for fun. Practical uses include tie-down straps, hanging your food to keep it from bears, stringing a clothes line, lashing your gear together, replacing snapped shoelaces, and crafting a makeshift dog leash. Impractical uses consist of building squirrel traps, tripwires, or a completely unreliable swing. Get creative with it--you have fifty feet of cord after all.
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