Webbing - Girth Hitch
The girth hitch is one of the most commonly used knots in slacklining. This knot is most typically used to attach webbing to a carabiner at the ends of a line. It is fast and easy to tie, and the neater it is tied the less it will weaken the webbing (failures under tension are most typically observed at the knots where stress is concentrated). There are a few ways to tie the girth hitch with webbing, and I will detail my preferred method since it leads to consistent, neat knots.