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PortaBrace Tripod-Carrying Shoulder Strap

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PortaBrace Tripod-Carrying Shoulder Strap
Key Features
  • 3" Wide, Waterproof Nylon Construction
  • Comfortable Foam Core
  • Anti-Skid Material on Strap Bottom
Made to carry even heavy tripods, the 3" wide Tripod-Carrying Shoulder Strap from Portabrace is constructed of nylon with a waterproof coating as well as nylon loops and plastic clips that firmly wrap around and secure the head and tripod legs. The strap has a foam core for comfort and non-skid material on its underside to prevent it slipping off your shoulder.
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PortaBrace HB-TRIPOD Overview

Made to carry even heavy tripods, the 3" wide Tripod-Carrying Shoulder Strap from Portabrace is constructed of nylon with a waterproof coating as well as nylon loops and plastic clips that firmly wrap around and secure the head and tripod legs. The strap has a foam core for comfort and non-skid material on its underside to prevent it slipping off your shoulder.

Benefits

  • Extra-comfortable, thick padding
  • Attaches easily to your tripod
  • Non-skid shoulder grip
  • 3" Wide strap for comfort
  • UPC: 490086452570

    PortaBrace HB-TRIPOD Specs

    Attachment MethodQuick-Release Buckle Wrap
    Shoulder Strap Length20" / 50.8 cm
    Strap Width1.5" / 3.8 cm
    MaterialNylon, Plastic
    Accessory Dimensions3.0" / 7.6 cm (Shoulder Pad)
    Weight0.6 lb / 0.3 kg
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight0.45 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9 x 4 x 3"
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