Stick on Loop

14 reviews
$2.95 Weight 0.05 oz / 1.4 g

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This Dyneema® Composite Fabric patch has a loop sewn to it and tape adhesive on the back. Peel off the brown paper back and stick it where you need it. You can use this to add light-duty attachment points to your gear, or add hang loops to your tarp.

If you need a stronger attachment for a tent tie out or a loop that will be under tension, reinforce the inside of your project with a 2.5” tape square and sew through the material.

These stick excellent to Dyneema® Composite Fabric gear, but they will not stick to silicone fabrics. The adhesive will stick OK to normal nylon or polyester.


Clear-White 1.6 oz/sqyd Dyneema® Composite Fabric with adhesive backing. This fabric is semi-transparent and will blend in with your gear.


2.5 x 2.5 inches (6.35cm x 6.35 cm


.05 ounces (1.4 grams)

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Denney E.
United States United States

Loop E Loop

Having seen a utube video I copy catted the idea. I positioned the loops on the corners of my Duplex tents tub floor. Added a 18 inch piece of line that is adjustable. It holds my flooring in perfect shape. It is the best mod I could have ever come up with. Z Packs should consider this mod. Centered overhead I placed another loop of which my small rechargeable light with carrabeener attaches. Now my overnight stays are like being at the HILTON. Great tent and great products. Thanks Z Packs!!!

United States United States

They should make a version for Sil/fabrics

These things are easy to use and they don't fall off.

Sergio H.
United States United States

Blends in well.

Easy to apply, as long as your surface is cleaned with alcohol first. I left mine in the sun for a day, to allow bonding. Has stayed adhered so far (1 month). I used 6 of them (4 corners, 2 for trekking poles) to shock cord the bottom of the duplex tent, to improve the bottom edges of the bathtub floor.

Scott W.
United States United States

Mine stuck less than "OK." YMMV

Just sharing my experience along the lines of the product description statement. I feel like zpacks gives/gave fair warning: "The adhesive will stick OK to normal nylon or polyester." Hope this helps others make a decision about use in your context or idea. I stuck two loops to the underside of a trekology inflatable pillow to run a 1/16" string of shock cord around my sleeping pad with minimal tension. On the 2nd night of their 2nd trip (first trip was only 1 night), both squares came off during the night. They are still somewhat sticky on the back, but they wil not remain attached to this particular material in this application. The stitching is very well-done and holds the loops on the dyneema square very securely. I may attempt to re-secure them with another type of adhesive, because the materials, construction, and almost weightlessness of the loops will make them very helpful for this use if I can get them to stick.

David W.
United States United States

See toggle review.

See my review of the corresponding toggle.