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How to tie a Prusik knot. Step 4.
This setup is potentially dangerious in a climbing situation. Prusiks are generally tied out of cord, not webbing, since cord has much better holding power and is less likely to jam. More importantly Spectra and Dynema have a low melting point and should never be exposed to friction. Also, these materials are somewhat slippery making them less useful in knots.

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