A figure-eight loop (also figure-eight on a bight, figure-eight follow-through, Flemish loop, or Flemish eight) is a type of knot created by a loop on the bight. It is used in climbing and caving where rope strains are light to moderate and for decorative purposes. The knot is commonly followed by tying a strangle knot (. half a double fisherman's knot) or an overhand knot around the standing end.
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A double figure-eight loop, (also known as a bunny ears, or a dog eared loop) is a type of knot that forms two parallel loops, and resembles the figure-eight loop. It is frequently used in climbing and caving as an easily untie-able knot that is capable of being attached to two bolts and equalised. A variation of this knot exists, known as the double figure-eight follow through that creates another loop below the bulk of the knot, a feature that is useful for clipping safety ropes into.
NotesOriginally released as a private edition C-120 in 1993.
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