Not many of us go on hikes, climb trees or mountains, and engage in other kinds of extreme tourism.
But many faced with the fact that when this happens, there is always a lack of necessary skills for this.
One of the most useful - the ability to tie strong and suitable for each individual task nodes.
Such skills can save lives, protect you from injuries, help you survive.
We read and study the selection of nodes and learn new skills!
A classic straight knot that fits well for ordinary household needs. It looks like an ordinary double node, but with two turns, instead of one. It surpasses it in strength by the fact that it is much more difficult to unleash.
Simple and fast knotting knot. Used in tying a rope around a tree or tying up objects that have holes.
Classic straight knot
Used to connect several pieces of rope. Fast and easy to tie. The strength of the unit rests only in the strength of the rope.
It finds application when it is not necessary for the loop to move. It is often used to moor a boat. An important fact: this knot can be tied with one hand, i.e. it is useful at the time when your second hand is broken or damaged.
The knot allows you to move the loop through the rope, easy to tie and untie. It is often used to tie the tent supports.
One of the so-called "gripping knots". It is recommended to use when tying the rope around a support, for example, wood or stone. This may be necessary if you need to fix a hammock or pull a rope.
A knot that is suitable for situations where you often have to untie and re-tie a rope, for example, on a hiking bag.
A knot that allows you to adjust the length of the loop. This is necessary when you hang bags of food, protecting them from animals, insects, moisture. Useful when lifting goods to a height.
As it becomes clear from the title - used by drivers. Well suited for tying cargo to the roof or trunk of the car. The size of each of the loops is changed depending on the need.
Apply when you need to connect two pieces of rope, different in thickness. Also suitable for binding ropes and ropes or lianas.