Falcon Guides Knots for Climbers

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Big falls are not for climbers, but the A Falcon Guide Knots for Climbers Book definitely is. This book, from the How To Climb Series, includes detailed, step by step photos that walk you through knot tying. PRODUCT FEATURES: Third Edition 51 pages Full color photographs with descriptions

- Appalachian Outdoors

The revised and updated edition of Craig Luebben's Knots for Climbers book is an inexpensive, but indispensable tool to learn how to tie 10 essential knots for safe climbing. Along with clear, step-by-step descriptions, you also get color illustrations and photos to help you in addition to tip on ropes, slings, webbing, carabiners and harnesses. Also included are 16 other knots for special situations.

- Mountain Gear

This completely revised and updated edition of Craig Luebben's slender classic shows you the knots that are commonly used and needed by climbers. Author: Craig Luebben. Softcover; 40 pages; two-color illustrations and black-and-white photographs. The Globe Pequot Press; copyright 2002. Clear, step-by-step illustrations detail how to tie twelve essential knots for safe climbing. Also included are 15 other knots for special situations.

- REI

Craig Luebben, well known to climbers around the world for his instructional writings, has updated his crucial book on knots to a new edition. Luebben, whose books in this series include contributions on advanced climbing, ice climbing, and rappelling, shares his extensive, and essential, knowledge with the climbers of the world.

- US Outdoor Store

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MSRP:
$9.95

The Falcon Guides Knots for Climbers is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 28, 2017 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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