The Nite Ize GearTie Mountable Hanging Twist Ties can be attached to nearly every surface without drilling holes or using tools.
Shape our versatile, twist-and-hang Gear Tie Mountables to create and mount custom hooks exactly where you want them. Because some things won't stay organized on just any old hook.
With the Gear Tie Mountables, you can put the exact-shaped hook you need right where you need it. Backed with 3M® Acrylic Plus Tape™, the Gear Tie Mountable Twist Tie can be attached to nearly any surface without drilling holes or using tools. It stays firm and in place through extreme temperatures, both in and out of doors, but can be removed whenever you choose without damaging the surface it's been attached to.
With a simple twist, bend its flexible, durable Gear Tie to create a hook for keys, dog leashes, ID badges/lanyards, sunglasses - you name it. A few Mountables in a row create a custom holder for odd-shaped items - or get creative and colorful and use them to hang anything you want to view or have easy access to. The organizational and decorative possibilities are limitless!
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|GTU2-01-2R7||GearTie 2 mountable hanging twist ties, black, pack of 2||
|GTU2-M1-2R7||GearTie 2 mountable hanging twist ties, black/white, pack of 2||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
|GTU4-01-2R7||GearTie 4 mountable hanging twist ties, black, pack of 2||
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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