Fourteener Helps You Learn Knots


The "Fourteener Knotting Tool" is a simple little piece of hardware designed as an aid to learn knot tying, offering 14 different simulated pieces of hardware. It even comes with a nylon strap that can be used to secure the Fourteener to something—your leg, for instance—to give it proper resistance.

Sure, you could learn all these knots without a special tool, but I think it's a pretty neat little gewgaw for fifteen bucks. And the inventor, Darryl Lusk, also throws in a length of cord and a booklet of knots to get you started.

Product Page [ via Toolmonger]

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