A coworker has a 4 Winns boat with a bimini top that uses nylon clips to hold the poles together when the top isn't being used. One of the nylon clips broke, so he brought in an unbroken one for me to replicate - and this is the result. Concurrently, mtungett72 created almost the same exact clip, so take a look at that one as well if you want a more faithful reproduction of the original, but neither myself or my coworker could figure out the purpose for the scalloped edge, so I didn't bother to recreate it. I printed in full size and it worked well, but for the parts in the photos, I scaled to 50% on the z-axis and those parts printed quicker and still worked well.
I also added a minimal clip which gets rid of the part that doesn't seem to serve any purpose anyway.
Parametric Fusion360 export files also included, just remember this has the CC attribution, non-commercial, share-alike license, so give credit if you modify it.
Printed in eSun PETG (240/90º) with 4 shells which results in the thinner clip pieces being solid. Printed some prototypes with 2 shells and 20% infill and those worked, and are a little more flexible and easier to work with when clipping onto the poles. 1mm top and bottom which corresponds to 5 layers.