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Dutch hooks – ultra light titanium hooks

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The Dutch hook is to the continuous ridge line what the Dutch clip is to webbing suspension.

Made of titanium this little mighty hook will hold up to the strongest winds and only weighs .4 grams. It ties to the end of your 1.75mm tarp line and you just simply reach around the tree and hook the line. A tarp flyz in the other side completes the ridgeline. You can also put the Dutch hook on prussiks and you have a quick release to detach your tarp from your ridgeline. Price: $2.50 each

To save our customers on shipping costs when choosing your package size we have kept the cost the same whether you order 1 hook or 8 hooks. ie: 8 Dutch hooks cost the same as 1 to ship. After 8 Dutch hooks additional shipping will apply.



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1 Comment

  1. Cranky Bear

    Been using the Dutch Hooks for two years now and I’ll never go back to biners. I’ve used these in below freezing temps with gloves on without a single issue, easy to use and since they are made out of titanium they are light and strong, what more could you want.


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