A variety of hitch cords for tying your friction hitches are available in bulk or as pre-spliced prusiks. The hitch cords on this page offer good performance without the added expense of heat-resistant fibers. If you are looking for popular heat-resistant cords such as Bee-Line or Ocean, follow the link below.
12-strand Tenex rope from Samson makes a supple prusik cord that is easy to splice, easy to knot, and inexpensive. Not heat-resistant, but will otherwise work well on 1/2” climbing ropes. Color may vary.
Samson's polyester double braid is a good general use cord and can be used as a non-heat-resistant prusik on 1/2” lines.
High-strength polyester cord from Sterling ropes. This prusik cord is great as an accessory cord or small-diameter haul line, and can be used as a prusik for 7/16” lines, though it is not heat-resistant.
High quality 6mm polyester accessory cord from Sterling Rope. 1,978 lb MBS.
Marlow's polyester 16-strand is a good general use cord.
Samson accessory cord has a ton of uses, from light haul lines, prusiks, and tie-downs to pruner cord or even high-strength boot laces; you will find a use for a range of cordage in your daily work.
PowerCord is a 5.9mm accessory cord with a Technora core instead of the standard nylon core, which doubles the strength of a standard 5.9mm accessory cord. Technora is a high-strength, yet lightweight material making PowerCord a great option for anchor building and haullines..