Simple Simon under
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|Simple Simon Under|
|Origin||Harry Asher, published in 1989|
|Related||simple simon over bend, simple simon symmetric bend, reef (square) knot|
|Typical use||suitable for dissimilar ropes, works well with synthetic ropes.|
The simple Simon under bend is a knot belonging to the category bend. It was invented by Harry Asher. It is a more secure than the similar simple Simon over. The difference is just which of the green ends in the image below is the standing end.
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- Harry Asher, Alternative Knot Book, Sheridan House (August 1989).
- Geoffrey Budworth, The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Knots & Ropework (Anness Publishing Ltd., 1999, 2007), 73.