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Titanium Dutch Hooks (Single)

$2.50

The Dutch hook is to the continuous ridge line what the Dutch clip is to webbing suspension. Made of titanium this little mighty hook will hold up to the strongest winds and only weighs 0.4 grams. It ties or splices to the end of your 1.75mm tarp line and you just simply reach around the tree and hook the line. A tarp flyz in the other side completes the ridgeline. You can also put the Dutch hook on prussiks and you have a quick release to detach your tarp from your ridgeline.

weight: 0.41 g

Description

The Dutch hook is to the continuous ridge line what the Dutch clip is to webbing suspension. Made of titanium this little mighty hook will hold up to the strongest winds and only weighs 0.4 grams. It ties or splices to the end of your 1.75mm tarp line and you just simply reach around the tree and hook the line. A tarp flyz in the other side completes the ridgeline. You can also put the Dutch hook on prussiks and you have a quick release to detach your tarp from your ridgeline.

Additional information

Weight 0.41 g
SKU MUS011

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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    George

    5 out of 5

    George (verified owner)

    very nice, but I had one break on me (out of 3 in use) I use these for the beginning of my tarp’s “zing it” ridgeline, and for the tie out lines on each corner, along with one of the titanium “fleaz” at the end to seal the deal. The whole set up has worked flawlessly for almost a year of 4 season camping, untill a crazy storm that up-rooted dozens of trees in the area snapped one of my dutch hooks at the bend of the hook. The “fleaz” held up perfectly, and the 2 on the corners of my tarp are still fine, but the one that failed dropped my tarp to the ground. I guess it says a lot for the durrability of the tarp and the doubled-up tent stakes on the corners, but a strong enough wind will snap one of these hooks. I may buy another, or maybe opt for a more heavy duty option to avoid such catastrophic failure.
    It’s still a good product, just not invicible. Also, as others have said, it does seem to just barely fit over the smallest amsteel or zing it ropes. I doubt they will work with any other type of roping material. Just a warning to potential buyers. A friend of mine had to buy a new ridge line after he went for the ultralight hooks.

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  2. Shane

    5 out of 5

    Shane

    The best! Really must use with Zing it which you won’t find any where so just get it here!

    The best! Really must use with Zing it which you won’t find any where so just get it here! Ships incredibly fast and these make set up a breeze! With Dutchware you can create so many custom setups it unreal. I think this hook is a great starting point to use in conjunction with stingers, wasps, flyz etc.

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  3. Question

    Admin KarlMouck

    I am wanting to try your Dutch hooks and Tarp Flyz but I notice the descriptions all mention 1.75 mm rope. I never use that small of rope, just don’t like it. I always use 3 mm rope. Will these products work with 3 mm rope?

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    • admin

      These products won’t work well with that thick of line. I don’t have tarp suspension pieces that work with 3 mm line.

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  4. Question

    Blank Blank

    Will this work with reflect it 1.8know rope

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    • DutchWare Gear

      Admin DutchWare Gear (verified owner)

      Yes it will fit through the hole on the dutch hook

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  5. ichitech66

    5 out of 5 Hangs Like A Butterfly and Slings Around a Tree

    ichitech66 (verified owner)

    Good stuff. Light weight. I haven’t really used it in the field but I’ve attached it on a closed loop of Zing it and I think it’s going to be blingy.

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  6. Dozer

    5 out of 5

    Dozer (verified owner)

    Great for Prusik line tensioners

    These work great for tarp ridge line tensioners when tied onto a Prusik knot. I carry these on pre-made loops of Zing-It using fishermans knots, they come in very handy for making a very quick Prusik tensioner whenever you need one.

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  7. Robert

    5 out of 5

    Robert (verified owner)

    Great little hooks

    These are just what I needed for my CRL’s. Light, strong and small.

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  8. C

    5 out of 5

    C (verified owner)

    Fine dutch bling making life easier.

    Great little product. They are tiny, but they serve a BIG purpose and make life pitching tarps easier and ultralight.

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  9. BearPaw

    5 out of 5 Yes!

    BearPaw

    Super fast and lightMakes speedy work of things and has many uses.

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  10. Andy

    5 out of 5

    Andy (verified owner)

    Perfect

    Use these on the continuous ridgeline on all my tarps. Use a flea on the other end. Working great.

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  11. Rod

    5 out of 5

    Rod (verified owner)

    Cool little guys!

    Obviously a great little piece of gear – only wish I’d realized the CCS cordage I have everywhere on all my tarps (that I thought was pretty thin) is too thick for these hooks.

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  12. One person found this helpful
    Derrick Aldridge

    4 out of 5

    Derrick Aldridge

    They work well, but the hook is just a bit small for 7/64 amsteel.They work well, but the hook is just a bit small for 7/64 amsteel. It still worked, but slightly cut the amsteel. All-in-all very nice though.

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  13. Billy Ray

    5 out of 5

    Billy Ray

    Had Dutch put a couple of these on two 12′ pieces of Lash It and they made setting up my tarp a breeze.

    Had Dutch put a couple of these on two 12′ pieces of Lash It and they made setting up my tarp a breeze. I put my tree straps and these tarp lines on each tree. Then I attach these lines to the Tarp Fleaz permanently on my tarp. Then I hang my hammock. If my tarp isn’t center, you can quickly adjust it.

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  14. Charles

    5 out of 5

    Charles (verified owner)

    Hard to add something original that others have not said, these are great, use them on all my tarp ridge lines.

    While experimenting with different ridge line configurations, found these and got hooked on Dutch bling. Would not use anything else! Great product, reasonable price and great service.

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  15. Marty and Patti

    5 out of 5

    Marty and Patti (verified owner)

    Feels like a custom fit for the 1.75mm Zingit.

    After watching nearly every backpacking video on YouTube, it quickly became clear to us that we needed Dutch hooks as part of our set up to achieve the lightest, quickest, strongest, and not to forget easiest set up for our tarps and bug nets. We looked at what the “pros” were doing and followed their lead.

    Next, we watched YouTube videos on how to splice it onto 1.75mm yellow Zingit (Dyneema, also sold by Dutch). It was a fun wintertime project and we were able to customize it however we chose. We spliced the Dutch hook to one end of our continuous ridge line. Then added a Dutch Wasp before burying the other end of the Zingit for a finished look and to prevent fraying. Lastly, adding two Prusik loops to easily adjust and attach the tarp.

    So back to the actual Dutch hook itself, its very small and light weight and provides a nice tight fit for the 1.75mm Zingit. We can actually feel and hear it snap into place, like a custom fit. It provides a tight and clean looking hold that won’t fail.

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  16. Kalvin

    5 out of 5

    Kalvin (verified owner)

    Love them!

    I absolutely love these hooks. I have it on my CRL and also use it on two tarp tie outs that hook to a prusik on CRL. Will always come here for my gear. Always checkI got for new things.

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  17. scubasteve

    5 out of 5

    scubasteve

    everyone’s impressed

    I use a Dutch hook spliced on the end of some zing-it as the tree straps for my tarp, then connect to the Fleaz that are permanently attached to the tarp. Everyone who has seen this gear is really impressed by the simple, efficient design of Dutch’s bling. I couldn’t be happier!

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  18. Robert Edwards

    5 out of 5

    Robert Edwards

    Perfect for setting up my ridge line using Zing-it.

    Perfect for setting up my ridge line using Zing-it.

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  19. BRANDON

    5 out of 5

    BRANDON

    This thing is amazing!!

    This thing is amazing!! It’s smaller than I was expecting. I at first thought that Dutch had forgotten to ship this hook, but it’s so small I didn’t see it mixed in with my other D-Rings. Works great with my Zing-It. Thanks!!

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  20. Johanthegnarler

    5 out of 5

    Johanthegnarler

    Using these to the tree, no knots at all

    Using these to the tree, no knots at all. The loose end goes straight to the fleaz. Extremely light, extremely simple, and extremely fast. Also saved me roughly 3 oz of line using this set up, and has held up in a pretty nasty cold weather wind storm in Northern Michigan early Spring.

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  21. Russell Visger

    5 out of 5

    Russell Visger

    Perfectly sized for zingit!

    Perfectly sized for zingit! Makes ridgeline setup with a wasp at the other end very fast, light, easy, and inexpensive!

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  22. Jonathan Deering

    5 out of 5

    Jonathan Deering

    These hooks are so tiny it is hard to justify not using them when trying to save weight, they are almost weightless.

    These hooks are so tiny it is hard to justify not using them when trying to save weight, they are almost weightless. They also provide a great way to anchor to a tree for my tarp along with the suggested prussic on the ridgeline. Great stuff. I placed my order Saturday night and it arrived all the way down here in Texas on Monday!i got enough to give to a friend, we will be so excited about them.

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  23. Stitches

    5 out of 5

    Stitches

    These clips weigh next to nothing and open up a lot of options for rigging your Hammock, either the body or the tarp

    These clips weigh next to nothing and open up a lot of options for rigging your Hammock, either the body or the tarp. I have one minor complaint that is more a suggestion. These will apparently only work on rope of a diameter less than the Amsteel I am using. I think maybe ZingIt? I have no experience here so it is hard to say. Offering more sizes would be welcome. Would definitely buy again!

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  24. Question

    David Elliott

    Strength rating?

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    • Carolyn

      Admin Carolyn (verified owner)

      Its about 100lbs.

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