Lesson 2: Wrapping

Best to Wrap When:

Wrapping is the second most basic use of the BundeZe, and it uses three of the four elements of the bundeZe.  It's best to use this method when you can't get to the end of something or it has no end (a loop).  With this use method, the bundeZe completely separates from the device it holds when released by pulling the slide-lock.   Fishing poles, tent stakes, and arrows are great examples.

Wrapping is the start of many more advanced uses of bundeZe.  Wrapping is a great foundation for lashing.