Rugged Apparel Awarded "Best of Denver 2013" for Customizable Paracord Bracelet

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Rugged Apparel Awarded "Best of Denver 2013 - Best Customizable Accessory" for their expansive line of fully customizable paracord bracelets.

Best of Denver 2013

Providing customization on all of our products is what we strive to do, giving each customer the opportunity to have a product that was tailored just for them.

Rugged Apparel, a Colorado-based company that specializes in handcrafted paracord gear, was awarded “Best Customizable Accessory” by the Denver Westword for their line of paracord bracelets. The award recognizes Rugged Apparel’s flagship line of paracord bracelets – all of which are completely custom-made to order.

Paracord, a lightweight functional nylon rope was originally used in the military, but has gained recent popularity due to its flexible construction and high tensile breaking strength of 550 pounds. Rugged Apparel offers different styles of paracord bracelets, all of which can be customized with 48 colors and five different clasp options. The paracord bracelets also come in a variety of different sizes and styles – from a bracelet that contains around 10 feet of paracord to one that contains over 35 feet of paracord.

“We are honored to receive this award from the Denver Westword,” says Nick Mertz, President of Rugged Apparel. He continues, “Providing customization on all of our products is what we strive to do, giving each customer the opportunity to have a product that was tailored just for them. That’s what it’s all about.”

About Rugged Apparel:

With the avid outdoorsman to the weekend warrior in mind, Rugged Apparel has created the most customizable lineup of paracord products available today to fit each individual’s need. Rugged Apparel’s product line, proudly made in America, offers fully customizable gear that is both practical and fashionable. Each paracord product is handmade, tested and proven to be of the highest quality standards and ready to wear when you receive it.

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