SOS Gear

Montana Woman Can Make Literally Anything with Paracord, and It's Great

Chelsea Cheff dives into the outdoor industry with a new paracord business, SOS Gear.

Growing up, Chelsea Cheff had never tasted wild game. She grew up in Mississippi, always determined to shake the "Southern Belle" stereotype. It wasn't until she met her husband, Corey, that things really started to change.

Chelsea left the South in college and set up new roots in Montana where she pursued a mechanical engineering degree at Montana State University. It was there that she met Corey, an avid outdoorsman.

Together, the two began spending every available minute in the mountains or the woods. It was there that inspiration hit for Chelsea to launch SOS Gear.

SOS Gear offers made-to-order paracord products through the online store at Customers can purchase pre-made products or tailor custom products to suit their own style.

Products include everything from rifle slings and belts to Yeti Tumber handles and off-road roll bar and headrest handles. Those interested in purchasing can choose from countless colors and knitting styles.

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