Certain embodiments of the present invention provide a hook and loop tie for securing a bundle of cables. The hook and loop tie comprises a base component, a loop component, a hook component, and a non-slip component. The base component has a first side, a second side opposite the first side, a first end, and a second end opposite the first end. The loop component is affixed to the first side of the base component and has a plurality of loop fastening elements. The hook component is affixed to the second side of the base component, is disposed at the first end of the base component, extends therefrom toward the second end of the base component, and has a plurality of hook fastening elements. The non-slip component is affixed to the second side of the base component, is disposed at the second end of the base component, and extends therefrom toward the first end of the base component. Proximate ends of the hook component and the non-slip component are spaced apart to define a gap therebetween.
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