ZipLoop™ Technology

ZipLoop Technology is a unique weave in which a single strand of braided polyethylene is woven through itself twice in opposite directions. This construct allows the development of innovative products, such as the ZipTight Fixation System for Ankle Syndesmosis, that can vary in length and compression/tension to address the individual needs of each patient. Products using ZipLoop Technology are designed to be resistant to slippage without tying knots.1


Consider these important design features:

  • Knotless to help eliminate irritation caused by prominent knots in soft tissue
  • A ZipLoop™ puller could be used to assist in final tensioning of the fixation device


  1. Data on file at Zimmer Biomet. Bench test results are not necessarily indicative of clinical performance.


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