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Officially Licensed NFL Kansas City Chiefs Paracord Bracelet

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  • Officially licensed Kansas City Chiefs Paracord Survival Bracelets that are proudly hand-crafted by our team of US Military Veterans. Our stylish Officially Licensed Kansas City Chiefs bracelet will show everyone that you’re a proud fan.

    - 100% Officially Licensed
    - Made out of high quality 450 and 550 pound test paracord
    - Fully Adjustable
    - Small fits a 6"-8" wrist
    - Large fits 7.5"-10" wrist
    - Limited Lifetime Warranty 

    We can make your bracelet with side-release metal or plastic clasp. If you would like this option, please follow these steps:
    1. First, add your bracelet to your cart (you will be taken to the cart page).
    2. Go back to this page and Click here. You will be taken to a different page where you can choose the buckle type and your bracelet size. (IMPORTANT: Buckled bracelets are NOT adjustable so you will be asked to provide the exact size for your bracelet.) 
    3. Add clasp to cart and complete your order at the checkout page. 

  • Wear your Kansas City Chiefs paracord bracelet and stand out from the crowd while supporting the Chiefs at the Arrowhead Stadium this season.

    Here’s a Bit of a History About the Chiefs

    The Kansas City Chiefs were founded in 1960 by businessman Lamar Hunt and were first known as the Dallas Texans (they are not associated with Dallas Texans, a team in the NFL that only played for one season in 1952), they relocated in Kansas City in 1963. In 1970, the Kansas City Chiefs joined the NFL as a result of the merger.

    The Chiefs’ victory against the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV made them the second AFL team to defeat an NFL team in an AFL-NFL World Championship Game. All in all, the Chiefs have won three AFL Championships. Their victory against the Vikings remains to be their last championship game victory and appearance. The Chiefs were the second team and the first AFL team to appear in a championship game in two different decades.

    In 2015, during the AFC Wild-Card playoff game, the Kansas City Chiefs have earned their first NFL playoff win in 23 seasons when they defeated the Houston Texans in a score of 30-0. The Chiefs play in and headquartered in Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

    About the Fans

    Fans of the Kansas City Chiefs are said to be the most loyal fans in the NFL. They have had the second highest appearance average in the last decade, averaging 77,300 fans in attendance per game from 1996-2006. The Chiefs have an official fan club called the Chiefs Kingdom. Members of the fan club were given opportunities to VIP treatments and ticket priority benefits.

    Fans of the Chiefs currently hold the world record for the loudest roar at a sports stadium after an almost deafening roar of 142.2 decibels at the Arrowhead Stadium on September 29, 2014. The Chiefs were playing against the New England Patriots which they defeated with a score of 41-14.

    Logo History

    Dallas Texans

    The Kansas City Chiefs were formerly known as the Dallas Texans and their logo featured a polished football toting gunslinger with the state of Texas in red as the background. This design was created by cartoonist Bob Taylor.

    Kansas City Chiefs

    The franchise changed their logo when they moved to Kansas City in 1963. Bob Taylor created a new logo which is similar to his original design. The new logo featured a running Native American figure holding the pigskin and a tomahawk with the states of Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma in the background. The Chiefs used this logo from 1963-1971.

    The Chiefs changed their logo in 1972, the new logo is an arrowhead design sketched by Lamar Hunt. The inspiration for the new logo design which was sketched by Hunt on a napkin was the San Francisco 49ers’ logo. The 49ers logo is an interlocking “SF” inside an oval but, the Chiefs logo is an interlocking “KC” inside a white arrowhead surrounded by a thick chipped looking black border.

    Some Facts About the Chiefs

    • Lamar Hunt, the former owner of the franchise was the one who came up with the name Super Bowl for the NFL’s championship game.
    • Running back Abner Haynes is the only player to have worn the number 28 for the Chiefs. He wore it from 1960 through 1964 season and the Chiefs soon retired the number 28 in his honor.
    • Len Dawson is the only Chiefs player to have worn the number 16. The number 16 was retired shortly after Dawson’s playing days were over.
    • The Chiefs won three AFL Championship game, more than any other team in the league.
    • Kansas City Mules was one of the alternate names that were offered to the Chiefs.
    • Hank Stram was the head coach of the Chiefs during their entire stay in the AFL (1960-1969).
    • The Chiefs won their first game at the Arrowhead Stadium against the St. Louis Cardinals.
    • The Chiefs lost their first ever Super Bowl to the Green Bay Packers.
    • The number 37 has not been worn by any Chiefs player since the death of former running back Joe Delaney.
    • Dwayne Bowe lead the entire NFL with 15 touchdown receptions during the 2010 season.
    • Aside from the number 28 and number 16, the Chiefs have also retired these uniform numbers: #3 (Jan Stenerud), #18 (Emmitt Thomas), #33 (Stone Johnson), #36 (Mack Lee Hill), #58 (Derrick Thomas), #63 (Willie Lanier), #78 (Bobby Bell), and #86 (Buck Buchanan).

    As one who belong to the most loyal fans in the NFL you will surely be proud to wear our Kansas City Chiefs paracord bracelet and show everyone how proud and loyal you are as a fan to the Chiefs. Go Chiefs!


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