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    Reflective Accessory Cord

    I've been using a small back pack for a while now. Anyhow, it comes with loops all over the back side for accessory cord but didn't come with any cord material. So I got online looking for cords and ran across some reflective cords. It's been a while but I don't think I spent more than $10-15 on it. I'm not sure how well it works but I needed an accessory cord anyways an figured why not try it out.




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    Alright, I strung up the backpack using the reflective cord an it looks good and seems to work well.

    Material link: Sea To Summit Reflective Accessory Cord | Backcountry.com




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    I got something similar from EMS (but more black/white) for camping and it's awesome! No tripping over stakeout cords. The only problem is I kept stealing a length of it for this or that, so I'll need some more eventually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbxplorer View Post
    I got something similar from EMS (but more black/white) for camping and it's awesome! No tripping over stakeout cords. The only problem is I kept stealing a length of it for this or that, so I'll need some more eventually.
    I'm going to check that stuff out...got a Cub Scout camping trip next month.

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    Sterling makes the same stuff under the moniker 'GloCord'. Winds up being alot cheaper in a 50' roll (something like $15-16).

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    pant legs

    I wrap that cord around my drivetrain side pant leg when i can't find the velcro thingy.
    Last edited by cjohnson; 01-24-2013 at 09:09 AM. Reason: can't

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    My commuting backpack uses a draw string and I replaced it with some reflective cord.



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