The Midi is the strongest clip on the market with it’s patented wedge design. It holds up to 220 pounds and grabs anything up to 1/4″ thick. Ideal for tarps when the grommet fails or you need to grab the tarp where a grommet isn’t located.
Our Midi clip is great for securing camping tents. Secure the tent to nearby tree branches or any other anchor point. The clips can also be staked into the ground after securing the tent.
Our bungee cord is designed to work perfectly with our clips. The looped bungee with 1 stainless steel hook allows for multiple ways to secure the clip to whatever anchor point you are using.
Bungee & Accessories
New Bungee’s added May 2021!
Unique gripping action
The harder the pull, the tighter the grip. Instead of pulling off when the load gets heavy, EasyKlip® actually clamps down harder, for unmatched holding power
Up to 5X stronger than the rest
Its unique grip enables EasyKlip® to secure much heavier loads than other clips
Clips anything, anywhere
Plastic sheet, fabric, netting or board, hemmed or non-hemmed, edge or midpoint – EasyKlip® fastens tight without tearing
Easy on. Easy off.
Fastens in seconds and detaches only when you want it to with the twist of a coin. Buy one now, find a retailer near you, or contact us for more information.
“These are by far the best tarp clips I have found. The rope goes through both halves and the tighter you pull, the tighter it grips the tarp. No other design does this. They are very simple to attach and just as easy to release. I highly recommend them.”
“I got these to hold down tarps while camping, and for holding up fabric wall and window decorations without harming the fabric. They are tough but gentle and do not harm the tarps or even the most delicate fabric.”
“These little gems are the PERFECT solution for hanging banners, securing small tarp covers, or any kind of material you don’t want to perforate for grommets. I’ve used them to hang large printed signs and banners, and to stretch large pieces of white spandex to serve a video projection screens.”