Pro-Knot Outdoor Knots
Author: John E. Sherry
- Pro-Knot PKO101 Outdoor Knot Cards
Number Of Pages: 12
Publisher: J. E. Sherry Company
Details: Pro-Knot -The waterproof portable knot book!
With over one million knot cards sold and more 5 Star reviews than any other knot book on Amazon, Pro-Knot is a highly respected and trusted name in knots. This Outdoor Knots version will serve you well whether you are lashing down a kayak on the roof of your car (use the Trucker's Hitch), hanging an adjustable line in camp (use the Tautline Hitch), tying a boat to a dock (Cleat Hitch), or you just need a quick peek at the good old Bowline Knot while outdoors. And being completely waterproof solid plastic means you can take them with you anywhere without worry - great for wilderness survival kits, boating, camping, and emergency preparedness.
This six card set is easy to understand with clear illustrations for the twenty best all-purpose rope knots - see complete list of knots below. If it's on this card set, it is a proven, useful and trusted knot! These rope knots are universal for survival, boating, climbing, prepping, search and rescue, home and ranch, scouts, camping, paddle sports and any outdoor activity involving rope. There are step-by-step instructions for joining ropes together, tying rope to objects and making loops.
- Waterproof solid plastic cards with no-rust brass grommet
- 20 essential rope knots
- Size: 3½ x 2¼ x 1/8 inch, weighs less than one ounce.
- Perfect backpack, glove box, bug-out-bag or boat
Knots include: Bowline (single best all-around knot to know), Square Knot, Water Knot (best knot for use with nylon webbing), Rolling Hitch, Clove Hitch, Sheet Bend (doubled version too), Trucker's Hitch (a must know knot), Mooring Hitch (quick release knot), Cleat Hitch (boaters must-know knot), Tautline Hitch (adjustable knot for camp guy-lines), Buntline Hitch (use for attaching rings, snaps, etc to rope), Prusik Knot, Butterfly Knot, Half Hitch, Constrictor Knot (bundle up loose items), Double Fisherman's (join two ropes), Figure Eight, Bowline on a Bight, Sheep Shank, Timber Hitch. 20 knots total.
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