The Ezekiel Band is a triple threat: a fashion bracelet, survival bracelet, and defense bracelet. Designer Rick Foster shows how it works and explains the concepts behind it. The Ezekiel Band is 10 to 12 feet of paracord with a bit of defense band on it. It’s named for the jiu-jitsu choke called the Ezekiel Choke, because that choke can be done with the Ezekiel Band without a sleeve. It’s easy to switch the band from fashion to defense to survival and back again.
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