Hookworms

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Patent Number: 2017/0254353 A1

The Hookworm works the same as the Tarpworm, but the convenient hook means you can remove your tie-outs and simply hook them to the  a 1/8 shock cord loop on your tie-out points.  They work best with 1/8 shock cord and they have just the right amont of click to make sure they are secured, yet they are easy enough to put on and take off.

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Patent Number: 2017/0254353 A1

The Hookworm works the same as the Tarpworm, but the convenient hook means you can remove your tie-outs and simply hook them to the  a 1/8 shock cord loop on your tie-out points.  They work best with 1/8 shock cord and they have just the right amont of click to make sure they are secured, yet they are easy enough to put on and take off.  You have the option of getting them with or without 6 foot of Zing-It!™ or Lash-It!™.  The Zing-It!™ or Lash-It!™ will have a loop on one end and a bury on the other end so they can’t be removed from the Hookworm.  Made by Dutchware and of course, Made in the USA.

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Weight N/A
Dimensions 1 × 1 × 1 in
SKU MUS109

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  1. ryskelliekeel

    They're OK but would be great if they were a little larger

    ryskelliekeel (verified owner)

    I waited until I’ve used these for a while before leaving a review. I’ve probably hung my tarp and tied it out using Hookworms a few dozen times and here’s my verdict so far:

    I love the simplicity of their design and it’s a heck of a lot better and faster to use these than tensioning knots, but the experience would be so much better if they were just a little bit bigger. If these Hookworms were just 50% larger, I think I wouldn’t find them accidentally slipping out of my fingers as often. I also find it a little difficult to hold onto them while twisting my line to form a loop for the tail of the Hookworm to latch on to. I like that they’re light and small, but I’d happily tote around a few more grams on a backpacking trip as a tradeoff for the Hookworms to be bigger.

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