The actual hood is made from a plastic folder cut to shape. The red color closely matches my bike color.
I roughed up the areas, on the bottom, where I was going to put a glob of JB Weld to hold the hooks. Note the JB Weld globs and the hooks from the budgie cord, on both sides of the bottom. The hooks, made from the bungle cord hooks. Which were removed and then cut after the first coil and then the coil was flattened to be inserted into the JB Weld.
I then removed both the clips from the bungee cord. By using pliers to unroll the spiral on the hooks. Left one loop on the hook and cut off the excess wire loop. The loops at the end of the cord are used to clip on to the, hooks located under the GPS. Used a glob of JB Weld on the top but would just punch holes as seen on the side, if I do it again. I hole punched the side with a paper punch with the holes about 3/8" a part. Then threaded the cord through them. This to keep the cord located on the shade.
This shade works well for me and since I had JB Weld and the bungee cords on hand for other uses, it was a cheap GPS shade.
Follow the direction on using the JB Weld and be sure and roughen up the glue surfaces for the JB Weld.