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Making some paracord donuts and my own rolls of duct tape for specific uses on hiking and other trips.
The OD green blends in well to most of the areas I hike as does the coyote brown be it securing gear, trapping, repairs etc. but the white I've used when hiking in the snow many times repairing snow shoes, making shelter etc when I don't want it to stick out.
The orange I carry for wanting to be seen such as visible lines when kids or others new to the outdoors and I don't want the lines tripped on as well as use in being highly visible for Search and Rescue, in conjunction with marking areas in low light or repairs to hunting vests that require safety orange.
The donut method makes easy work of pulling line to avoid a mess and stop where needed.
The tape helps avoid the need for a bulky roll. I use common soda straws for the center to roll up the tape as well as run paracord through to secure it to a pack, gear or with the donut on a carabiner for easy attaching and removal.
Both are easy to make l, while time consuming, you'll be glad you didn't pack a roll of tape or cord that gets tangled up.