Water knot

The water knot (fig. 6-8), also known as the ring bend or tape knot, is used most often to tie a length of tubular webbing into a runner. This knot can work loose over time, so be sure the knot is

Fig. 6-6. Overhand knot: a and b, tying an overhand knot; c, overhand knot with a rewoven figure-8.

Fig. 6-8. Water knot

cinched very tight, and the tails of the knot are at least 2 inches long. Check the knot often in runners and retie any that have short tails.

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