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Blue Water Sewn Prusik Loops

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4 Reviews


Prusiks are sooooo in right now.

Follow the safety trends of today and back up your rappels with Blue Water's Sewn Prusik Loops. Computer controlled machines stitch each prusik precisely for a reliable strength, and unlike your homemade prusik, Blue Water's Prusik Loops don't have knots for less bulk and a lighter weight.

  • Computer controlled stitching
  • Item #BWR000J

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[thread] polyester
11 in, 18 in
Recommended Use

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Just what I expected

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Im very happy with this purchase. it met all my expectations and have used it only a few times but its what i feel like you should have,want and need in a prusik.

Excellent Bluewater quality

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are great. The sewn loops are much cleaner than lumpy fisherman's knots and the plastic sheathing helps to control the position of the sewn part. Previous reviewer did not realize the cord will slide through the plastic, allowing for adjustment.

Not what I expected ...

    I'm sure this prusik loop would have been great. My friend has one and his works out alright. When I got mine, the plastic was placed too far in the center, leaving too much room on the loop where my carabiner is supposed to attach. With what I have I can only make two loops in my prusik knot when I ideally want three. At this point, it's a bit of a hassle to pay for the shipping to return this. I guess buy at your own risk, knowing this might happens. I would suggest making your own prusik loop if you feel confident.

    Not what I expected ...

    It's adjustable: The cord slides through the plastic. Clip a biner and pull on the side of the cord that is not sewn. It should snug right up to your biner. You can make the loop as small as you would like.