Clip On Quilt Hooks (Single)

$1.95

Clip On Quilt Hooks thread on your quilt shock cord and clip on your hammock’s hem to keep your quilt in place.   After you install your quilt simply clip the hook on your netless hammocks hem and rest with confidence it will stay on place all night.  Sold individually, it is recommended that you use 4 per hammock.  They come in white or black.  These are for hammocks without a integrated bugnet.  Designed and produced in the USA by Tato Gear.

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Clip On Quilt Hooks thread on your quilt shock cord and clip on your hammock’s hem to keep your quilt in place.   After you install your quilt simply clip the hook on your netless hammocks hem and rest with confidence it will stay on place all night.  Sold individually, it is recommended that you use 4 per hammock.  They come in white or black.  These are for hammocks without a integrated bugnet.  Designed and produced in the USA by Tato Gear.

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Weight0.54 g
Dimensions1 × 1 × 1 in
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  1. Sean

    Sean

    A useful product but there are better options

    I will be completely honest. I wanted to love these. I love the idea that they can be removed and used on different hammocks if necessary. The downside is that if you shift too much, they can easily pop off the hammock. I tried them on my hammock at home and tried them on the trail as well. They just never quite worked for me. Luckily, I learned how to stop fidgeting and just sleep. If you don’t mind a little permanence, look at the sew-on quilt hooks; otherwise, these are an alternative if you are looking for a way to try it out. For $2, you really can’t go wrong.

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  2. Khin

    Khin

    For the DIY-ers who can’t sew

    I have a netless that didn’t come with quilt hooks sewn on, and I don’t know how to sew myself. These hooks, you just clip them on, and hook your underquilt rope to them. I do wish they had a little more bite on my hammock though.

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  3. Speedogomer

    Speedogomer

    Cool product

    Simple fix to a problem. If your quilt moves around in the night, this can keep it in place. Cheap, lightweight, and works… what more can you ask for?

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  4. Peter Gulbranson

    Improvised use

    Peter Gulbranson (verified owner)

    I had little luck using these to stay on my netless hammock but when I switched to a full netted hammock, I found these worked great to keep my underquilt up around my shoulders by clipping it to one of the quilt suspension lines and then up and over my net/ridgeline to the other quilt suspension line on the opposite side. Similar effect is made by using triangle thingy’s to adjust the angle of quilt suspension but this is much lighter and just as effective, it is also easy enough to unclip one side when not in use and still have full access to the bugnet and ridgeline.

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