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Ridgeline Quilt Hooks (Single)

$1.95

Ridgeline Quilt Hooks clip directly to your quilt’s shock cord and change the direction of your quilt suspension.  Rather than pulling out to the ends of the hammock it makes it so your suspension is pulling up snugging the quilt tightly against your hammock.  They are sold individually but 2 are recommended per quilt.    They come in white or black.  Get one of each color so you can easily tell which end is your head and foot.  Designed and produced in the USA by Tato Gear.

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Ridgeline Quilt Hooks clip directly to your quilt’s shock cord and change the direction of your quilt suspension.  Rather than pulling out to the ends of the hammock it makes it so your suspension is pulling up snugging the quilt tightly against your hammock.  They are sold individually but 2 are recommended per quilt.    They come in white or black.  Get one of each color so you can easily tell which end is your head and foot.  Designed and produced in the USA by Tato Gear.

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Weight 0.45 g
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SKU TAT008

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  1. CS

    Question

    AdminCS

    Is there a way to use these with a hammock with integrated bug net (with the bug net in use and not stored away)?

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      yes, they will work great. They sit on the bugnet and the holes are big enough that the shock cord moves throu them and the hook stays in one position. However there is a slot on the hook. Don’t clip it on the ridgeline pinching the net. That will cause damage.

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  2. Barry

    5 out of 5

    Barry

    Whoever invented these I hope he’s living on an island

    Whoever invented these I hope he’s living on an island

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  3. Jim

    5 out of 5

    Jim

    Just used these for a couple of nights and am very pleased.

    Just used these for a couple of nights and am very pleased. I’ve occasionally had issues with underquilt drafts and have struggled to get my suspension “dialed in”. These hooks are super-easy to install and seem to work very well. Could easily be the best bang for the buck of any of my hammock gear.

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  4. Flash G.

    5 out of 5

    Flash G.

    Great addition to the quilt kit

    I have 4 of each color. They do just what Dutch shows in the video… they pull your quilt up more snugly against the bottom of the hammock. [Think “triangle-thingies”]
    I have to knock off one star, because they cannot be used with hammocks with an integrated bugnet.
    That is no deal breaker at this price.

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  5. Jonathan

    5 out of 5

    Jonathan

    Simple solution!

    This is, by far, the simplest and least expensive solution to a common problem – draft down the end of the quilt. These pull up the ends of the quilt with just enough tension to support the end and prevent air from getting in and clawing its way down your back.

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  6. Ryan

    5 out of 5

    Ryan (verified owner)

    Work great!

    These are perfect for keeping the quilt snug up to the hammock eliminating drafts.

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  7. Barry "Cajunracer" Garibaldi

    5 out of 5

    Barry “Cajunracer” Garibaldi

    AWESOME!

    This is a great product. It totally changes the way my under quilt hangs. Makes it work better!! Totally worth the very small price.

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  8. Dale

    Dale (verified owner)

    ease of use

    simple color expedite ease of installation, thank you dutch for including with the HG underquilt

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  9. Michael

    Michael (verified owner)

    With almost 0 weight penalty these are ideal to leave a your Ridgeline especially for winter under quilts that are a little heavier.

    With almost 0 weight penalty these are ideal to leave a your Ridgeline especially for winter under quilts that are a little heavier.

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  10. Christopher C.

    5 out of 5

    Christopher C.

    Useful for beginners

    For those who are still figuring out how much to cinch up their underquilt and playing with the tension, this ridgeline quilt hook can make any mistakes more forgiving. They bring the quilt up closer to your body and seal out any potential gaps. The key concept is they pull the underquilt up vertically. Even if you tighten down your underquilt suspension, they pull the quilt up and also outward. These hooks really seal the deal.

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  11. MikePro

    5 out of 5

    MikePro

    Great for snugging up UQs

    These will help fine tune the fit of your UQ. I use them on every hang.

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  12. Sean

    5 out of 5

    Sean

    Great product for 3/4 Quilts!

    This is one of the best and simplest pieces of add-on gear available. I use extensively with my 3/4 length quilts. It does a great job of raising the angle of the foot-end suspension to help keep the bottom end sealed up against the hammock. A lighter weight option to triangle thingies and immensely easier to install and use!

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  13. Speedogomer

    5 out of 5

    Speedogomer

    Nice

    Great little hook for your quilt, just make sure you are using thin enough shock cord for tour quilts or it won’t work as well.

    Lifts the quilt up right where I need it to.

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