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  1. #21

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    the first one is the one I like need to show us how o grate wraper

  2. #22
    my vote goes for the first one too. Awesome knife.

  3. #23
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    The first one is really nice

    Also, what knot is being used to tie the cord off in the last picture (right at the base of the end of the handle - not the knot at the end of the lanyard part)?

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    Thank you all for the kind replies! I really appreciate it! I will try asap to get some instructions for the wraps for those who like them. I'll keep you posted!
    JoeyB

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    Wrap 1

    Just follow the pics! Make sure the cord is devided in 2 even parts when you start wrapping.










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    Wrap 3

    Again just follow the pictures!










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    the first one looks really cool, I've never seen it before. I will have to look through youtube for instructions :P

    edit: didn't see the second page :P THANKS

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    Thanks for taking the time a post those pictures JoeyB Still like the first the best. Bookmarked this for future use.

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    Thanks for the write-up and pictures! Looks great - I'll have to try it on mine.

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    Indeed - thanks for the pictures. Rewrapping my Izula today - changing over from the tan cord to orange for a more festive feel Will definitely be using #1

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    Very nice, I'll have to give those a try when I feel my Izula needs a new wrap.

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    Glow-in-the-dark cord

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    Very nice, I have mine wrapped like the last one, but with green/white glow in the dark cord and the ring isn't wrapped.
    Glow-in-the-dark cord sounds like a neat idea! Where did you find it? I got some neon colors from Supply Captain but I didn't see any glow-in-the-dark cord there.

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    Sweet! Thanks for sharing man, I need to re-wrap mine, I'm gonna use one of these methods!

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    Expecting my Izula by mid week-like that last wrap-nice job !!

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    Thanks for the pics. Very simple wrap. It's amazing how you can individualize the Izula with different wraps. Very cool.

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    Outstanding! Nice outside thinking there! I really like that last one too.

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    Last one looks awesome!

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    Again, thanks for all the kind replies.

    Came up with another one, tell me what you think of it.

    Yet again, the pics show the way! It does require a longer cord than the other wrap and it makes the handle a lot thicker.














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    The first one looks really tight.

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    the new one looks great! a little bulky for neck carry maybe, but it will probably give you a good grip

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