Double figure-eight loop
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|Double figure-eight loop|
|Names||Double figure-eight loop, double Flemish loop, bunny ears|
|Typical use||climbing, equalizing anchors|
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.
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- "Bunny Ears: The Best Multi-pitch Climbing Knot You've Never Heard of". Retrieved 2015-04-24.
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- Grog. "Double Figure-Eight Loop". Animated Knots. Retrieved April 2013. Check date values in:
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