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OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Black)

B&H # OPSTSB MFR # 1201072
OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Black)


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Product Highlights

  • Fits Most Tripods with a Head, Up to 40"
  • Thick Neoprene Padding
  • Non Skid Surface
  • 28-40" Adjustable Length
  • Made in the USA
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Color: Black

OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Black) OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)

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The black OPTECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap is a soft neoprene strap for tripods that have an eyelet on the center post. The strap has a recommended load of up to 25 lbs. It has a quick disconnect loop that fastens around the head of the tripod making it easy to attach or remove, and a swivel trigger clasp allowing you to attach it to the eyelet of your tripod. It is made with soft, durable neoprene combined with an internal control-stretch system that makes heavy loads feel 50% lighter and 100% more comfortable. It also uses a non-skid surface to secure the strap on the shoulder leaving your hands free to deal with other equipment or rough terrain. This strap is made in the USA.

Soft, durable neoprene tripod strap combined with an internal stretch-control system
Internal stretch-control system that makes heavy loads feel 50% lighter and 100% more comfortable
Non-skid surface secures the strap snugly to the shoulder
Adjustable length of 28" to 48"
Material Neoprene and nylon webbing
Attachment Method Swivel hook
Exterior Dimensions 28-48" (71.12-121.92cm) 1
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Approximate dimensions

Accommodates Tripods with eyelet on the center post
Weight 5.6 oz (159g)
OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Black)
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