Munter Hitch

Notes and Resources:

The munter hitch is applied differently in rope bondage than in its common application (climbing). It is used both as a support line friction (in which it serves a similar purpose, but is tied differently), and as a crossing knot.

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    Nvrmr | Apr 2nd, 2015 12:46pm PDT #

    This site has a pretty good visual reference for a shibari-specific munter hitch: http://ifavermont.blogspot.com/2014/02/the-munter-hitch-and-cow-hitch.html

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      Cr3ate | Feb 3rd, 2017 8:19am PST #

      That was a bunch of help. Thank you @ Nvrmr

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        xkittnx | May 26th, 2019 11:04am PDT #

        Helpful link. Thanks.

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        dklmnd | Sep 1st, 2019 7:00am PDT #

        For people like me that need a system and names for everything: This site (after some scrolling down) offers a nice overview of the different bondage-specific munter hitch variants https://ropestudy.com/courses/101/lessons/working-with-rope/topic/some-common-knots-frictions/

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