Shockcord Hooks

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These shockcord hooks are one of the smallest on the market. They are made to fit 3/32″ (2.5mm) shock cord and work great for finished look on the end.

2356 in stock

weight: 1.09 g

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Description

These shockcord hooks are one of the smallest on the market. They are made to fit 3/32″ (2.5mm) shock cord and work great for finished look on the end.

Specs
  • Dimensions: 1.5 Inches long by 1/2 inch wide
  • Weight per each: 0.4 Grams
  • Fits 3/32″ or 2.5mm shockcord
  • Materials: Plastic

Additional information

Weight1.09 g
SKUSOV008

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  1. Question

    eliteopsdcc

    Do you think one could fit 1/8 inch shock cord? or no chance?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      No that would not work as that would be way to big to fit in there.

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  2. Question

    jlhasquin

    How wide is the hook opening? Basically what is the largest diameter object the hook can fit?

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    • Carolyn

      Carolyn

      Fits 3/32″ or 2.5mm shockcord

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  3. Marcela St. Onge

    5 out of 5 Super handy!!

    Marcela St. Onge (verified owner)

    These things are awesome! I didn’t know I needed them until I had them! I used some on either end of 25″ shock cord to make tarp door tie out like Triple Nickel Outdoor’s mitten hook tarp door mod (2 hooks plus cord @ 6g). The hook opening is about 17mm long by 5 mm wide, so you can fit a couple Beastee Dee rings in it. I hooked it on a hanging weight scale and pulled 4lbs before it came loose from the shock cord, but I feel like 2.5lbs is probably an ideal load. Hope this helps!!

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