Canyon Collective Community - I am very new as a member here - although I have been reading it for years (commitment issues?) - I am not sure if this is the correct place to post this, or if I am breaking etiquette by posting a thread, but I have a question. Does anyone have any break data on the Frost Knot when used in tubular webbing? I have been using the frost knot in various configurations for awhile, we switched to it back in 2007 for a couple reasons for military / federal teams...with good success. Recently a friend of mine who is an up and coming climbing guide called asking me for the break strength data for the frost knot. The guide group he is interning with let him go through their "canyon" course. In it they were using the water knot for their webbing anchors, and he brought up and showed them the Frost knot - but they won't let him use it unless he can show the break data. So... I tried some preliminary searches, to no avail, and went down to a testing facility with a new spool of Sterling Tech Tape / Climb Spec 1" tubular and did about 10 breaks each in a couple different configurations. Obviously 10 breaks in a couple different configurations is not a big "n", but I just needed a starting point. All of the breaks I did was utilizing the bight portion of the Frost, and did not do any within the shelf... So, does anyone have any additional data on the frost knot? If so, could you share it with me? Thanks in advance. Also if anyone has any opinions "pro" or "con" on the frost knot, that would be valuable.