butter fly 2


Well-Known Member
As long as your bridge is 11mm and meets the A.N.S.I. standards for strength you should be fine.


I had a quick question about the B2. I resently got one, and love it. But the waist and leg strap adjustment locks always slip. I sewed mine in place by hand, very carefully with mason string, and it has worked wonderfully, but I have come to undersatand that that is not acceptable, especially for competitions. Any sugestions?


As for the leg straps... I folded the tail back underneath of the metal loops. When I find my camera, I'll post a pic. As for the belt, I setup some suspenders on thursday. Only climbed on it once so far, but it seems to work.

And treemanluke, I'm not postive but, I think that ALL B1's are not allowed in comps. It doesn't matter if you've switched bridges or not.


Tom Dunlap

Here from the beginning
There shouldn't any problem with sewing the ends of the straps in place. How does that comprimise the webbing?

BI's have been allowed in comp for a long time.

New threads New posts

Kask Stihl NORTHEASTERN Arborists Wesspur TreeStuff.com Kask Teufelberger Westminster X-Rigging Teufelberger Tracked Lifts Climbing Innovations
Top Bottom