A ring, strap, clamp, or any device for holding an object in place;
A loop near the buckle of a strap to receive the end of the strap.
A means of holding straps or cords, such as gun slings, together with a loop or clip made of leather, metal or plastic.
a loop of thin wire built into the shaft of the fly rod (near the grip) the fly can be attached while still connected to the tippet and line. This allows the fly fisher freedom to walk and climb without concern about hooking trees, grass or himself.
the one or two loops included on watch straps, used to help hold any extra part of the strap protruding past the buckle.
The leather loops on a leather watch strap which keeps the end of the strap in place once it has been fastened.
A small loop on the strap near the buckle. It holds the strap end in place after the buckle has been fastened.