Coghlans Stretch Guy Line Adaptors

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Coghlan's Stretch Guy Line Adaptors are great for relieving tension on Guy Lines in windy conditions. 3/8" Shockcord Loops gently adjust with the wind to lessen stress on tent guy line tabs. Bungee Hook end attaches easily and quickly. Weight = 1 oz. 6 inches long. 4 per package.


  • Weight = 1 oz.
  • Eases stress on guylines and tent attachment points
  • Great for tent or tarp guylines
  • 4 per pack
  • 6" long
  • Rubber coated Bungee hooks
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Handiest camping gadget ever!

I've been buying these for years. I keep buying more because I find new uses for them and also give a lot away to campground neighbors. For years I was a tent camper and used them for their stated purpose. They work great and I always thought they protected my grommets from pulling out in a strong wind. I discovered many other uses for them. Loop them around any fixed object (e.g. tree branch, tent frame, etc.) and pull the hook end through and you have a hook to hang flashlights, lanterns, wet rain gear, etc. Or loop it around and though the object and hang the hook on the branch, pole, or whatever. Now that I have graduated to a small pop-up, I still find new uses for them. They are great for hanging string or rope lights to a canopy or in the trees. Also around a tension pole inside the camper to make clothes hooks. I also used them with some rope to make a harness to hang a small box fan from the frame of my canopy for a DIY breeze.
Maggie at Campmor on 03/03/2012

Must have

A perfect way to keep your rain fly from the strain of high winds.
RedTrails at Campmor on 11/11/2012