Ringworm

(5 customer reviews)

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Simplify your camp setup with the DutchWare Ringworm Hardware – a game-changing no-knot tie-out solution that adds ease and efficiency to your outdoor experience.

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Simplify your camp setup with the DutchWare Ringworm Hardware – a game-changing no-knot tie-out solution that adds ease and efficiency to your outdoor experience.

Key Features:

  • Effortless Guy Line Management: Say goodbye to complex knots and fumbling in unfavorable conditions. The Ringworm Hardware revolutionizes your setup with its easy grip tab, enabling quick adjustments even while wearing gloves.
  • Weather-Ready Reliability: Built to withstand all seasons, including harsh winter conditions, these tie-outs offer steadfast support in any weather. The aluminum construction ensures durability and resilience.
  • Seamless Setup: Securing your guy lines becomes a hassle-free task. Attach the line to the stake, grasp the hold tab, and guide the rope under the wing. It’s a swift process that keeps your setup time minimal.
  • Convenient Hook Option: Easily detach your tie-outs and connect them to a 1/8 shock cord loop on your tie-out points using the practical hook. This smart feature streamlines your gear packing and unpacking.
  • Precision with 1/8 Shock Cord: The Ringworm Hardware finds its sweet spot with 1/8 shock cord, providing an ideal balance of secure fastening and ease of use. Experience the right amount of “click” that assures stability while allowing seamless attachment and removal.

Specifications:

  • Weight: 1 gram (hardware only)
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Ideal for: Tarp guy lines.
  • Ideal Cordage Size: Up to 1.75mm
  • Purchase Options: Choose hardware only or opt for hardware with a shock cord loop and 6 feet of spliced rope.

Upgrade your outdoor setup with the DutchWare Ringworm Hardware – a lightweight solution that redefines guy line control, making your camp life smoother and more enjoyable.

 

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  1. One person found this helpful

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    brycenerland (verified owner)

    I should have posted a picture with my last question about an upside down setup. This is what I mean. It seems to hold just as well as anything else I have used.

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    • One person found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz (verified owner)

      That might work be we don’t suggest it.

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  2. Dana Goble

    Dana Goble (verified owner)

    These are fabulous and make tarp setup a breeze! They even held things tight in 12 hours of wind and rain during the remnants of a tropical storm.

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  3. Tyrell Wall

    By far my favorite hardware for my tarp guylines

    Tyrell Wall (verified owner)

    I’ve used a variety of different hardware for my tarp guylines over the years. They all have pros and cons. Line Loks haven’t been strong enough for me in a few situations, Tarpworms used to be my favorite but they require a bit of dexterity and that becomes a problem with cold hands. This is the first hardware I’ve found that I can’t think of any cons, it just works amazingly well for me. I Have multiple tarps and plan on replacing existing hardware an all others to this.

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  4. Erik Christiansson

    Perhaps the fit for purpose piece of kit I've ever used

    Erik Christiansson

    It’s a simple thing, doing a rather simple job, but it does it amazingly well! Both setting up and breaking down my tarp is made a whole lot easier with this. I can’t think of anything, any category, that I’ve ever used that does it’s job as well as this.

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  5. One person found this helpful

    Question

    brycenerland (verified owner)

    Do the Ringwormz work upside down as well? Can you attach the large hole to the shock cord and then bring the line up through the hook and around the cleat?

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    • 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz (verified owner)

      They work upside down. The large hole, the ring, is designed as a spot to hold onto, not for holding rope and shock cord.

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  6. 6 out of 6 people found this helpful
    bobbuhler

    Pole Mod

    bobbuhler (verified owner)

    This is a great piece of hardware. I’ve discovered that the ferrel of a .344 pole will fit nicely into the ring of the Ringworm
    without sliding down the pole.
    Great for exterior pole mods or going into porch mode and still have your line lock ability.

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  7. One person found this helpful
    Daniel Gottliebson

    Ringworm are great

    Daniel Gottliebson (verified owner)

    Hi there just wanted to take a moment to let anyone know that I recently purchased a set of ringworms for my tarp.

    I used to use a small hook and toggles that were attached to a steak that would hook onto shock cord.

    After trying these ringworms I can’t believe how much more secure and how easy they are to use.

    I went threw a rain storm with about 20 mile bursts an they not only stayed tightly fastened, but secured even more.

    When I broke down all I had to do was a simple tug down in the opposite direction.
    It makes tightening your tarp as easy as 1 2 3 I highly recommend them.
    Raven

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  8. Question

    terry.altom

    What is the largest size line can this can support?

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    • One person found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      1.75mm Zing-it or Lash-it works great. 2.2mm Zing-it or Lash-it may work, but it is a very tight fit.

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  9. Question

    Stephen Parson

    What is the size of the largest ring, the one described as the easy grip tab or hold ring?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      The outside diameter is roughly 7/16″ and the inside diameter is roughly 3/8″.

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  10. Question

    whatsappening

    What’s the difference between “Lash it”, “Zing it”, and “Reflect it’? (Pretty sure I get “Reflect It”)

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      Lash-it is grey while Zing-it comes in a variety of colors.

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  11. Question

    c.tho

    Is the RingWorm going to be availabe in titanium?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      We don’t have plans to make this from titanium.

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  12. Question

    Tod Cox

    When will Reflect-It colors be available I am interested in Yellow, Orange, or Green?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      We are not splicing Reflect-it any longer, but you can purchase some and splice it yourself if you’d like: https://dutchwaregear.com/product/reflect-it/

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  13. Question

    Luke (verified owner)

    What knot did you use to secure make the shock cord loops (if we want to make our own)?

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    • Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      This is a double fisherman’s knot.

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    • One person found this helpful
      Dave Gantz

      Dave Gantz

      This is a double fisherman’s knot.s

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  14. Question

    kris.gamutan

    Hi, is the black color restocking soon? 🙂

    OT: any hardware I could use so I can hang my ~12kg backpack on a ridgeline?

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  15. Question

    Benjamin Swanson

    Is there any reason you couldn’t use this as ridgeline hardwear?

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  16. Question

    amick218

    Are the guy lines reflective?

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    • Alex Thomas

      Alex Thomas

      They are not.

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