Cords are typically tied with knots in order to make them strong and firmly grip things being tied. A bungee cord has all of these qualities but doesn’t require a knot. The name "bungee" or "bungie" is considered to have originated from British slang for "Indian rubber." The Indian rubber, which was initially used for erasing pencil markings on paper, is referred to as "India-Bungie" in certain references. However, the modern bungee cord incorporates the ideas of elastic materials and load-bearing cables. Read More…
Lexco® Cable supplies a full line of bungee cords, components, and assemblies. Our top quality bungee ropes are ideal for tethering, tie-down, fitness, sign hanging, and dozens of other applications. Bungee cord is known by several different industry names, including shock cord and fibertex cord. All of these terms describe the same product.
We cut bungee cord in-house to our customers’ length requirements, and can install the hooks, ball ends, or hog ring crimps you need as well. We also offer a variety of ready-to-ship bungee rope assemblies in various lengths and with light- or heavy-duty hooks already installed.