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How-To: Tying a Stopper knot

Stopper knots are important for keeping yourself safe while climbing. In this video, we explore a few types of stopper knots. Included this time are the overhand knot, the figure eight, and the double fisherman’s knot — also called a double overhand knot. Watch now and stay safe!

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