Prior to World War I, Shock cord / bungee cord was regularly used to provide
a strong and lightweight method of securing and carrying equipment and gear
inside or underneath an aircraft.
Shock cord is now regularly used to secure objects together, inside and
outside of aircraft and vehicles, and for hundreds of other uses, including:
Sports: repair tent poles, secure gear and equipment inside or outside a
vehicle, camper, boat, paddle board, trailer, backpack, tent or campsite.
Home and garage: repair patio and lawn chairs, Keen sandals; secure
covers on pools, bbq grills, patio tables and chairs, air conditioners,
roof ventilation "whirlybirds, " luggage straps, hammocks.
Kids: spider web obstacle course, stuffed animal "zoo, " shoe
laces for "slip-on" shoes, scouting, school and church projects.
Cars, trucks, trailers, motorcycles, bicycles: roof / trunk /
hatchback / luggage rack / tie-down straps and cargo nets.
Clothing: elastic wrist / waist / pant leg and hood
closures on shirts, jackets, coats, pants, purses and bags.
Crafts: beading, necklaces, bracelets, lanyards.
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