Stick on Mitten Hook

6 reviews
$2.25 Weight 0.08 oz / 2.3 g

Lead Time Ships in About 3 to 4 Weeks

This stick on mitten hook allows you to add a convenient clip to your tent, backpack, pouches, etc. Peel off the brown paper back and stick it where you need it. You can also use these in tandem with a standard Stick on Loop to clip two pieces of gear together.

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.

  • Clip a Zip Pouch inside of your backpack so you don't lose important items like your wallet or keys. We also have a Key Pouch accessory that can be used for this purpose.

  • Clip your headlamp to your tent as a lantern.

  • Clip a Pillow Dry Bag to your sleeping pad to keep it in place.

  • Clip a sleeping pad to your tent floor or groundsheet so it doesn't slide.


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)


.08 ounces (2.3 grams)

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mark q.
United States
Looks high quality

I haven't used it yet but I have full confidence that it would be perfect.

United States United States
A little bit of edge burr

A little bit of edge burr

Josh M.
United States United States

These are quite useful for the price. I used mine to modify a casualty blanket for more effecient tarp use.

Douglas S.
United States United States
No Hookers here.

I like these very much I have 12 now. I use the for a Tyvek bathtub floor. Which is then paired with a tarp. I do round the corners a little. it is a an emergency packet for my 3 kids.

Zeyuan C.
United States United States
Simple and reliable

Simple and reliable. Serves good as a place to put my lamp inside the triplex