OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)

OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)

OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)

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OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)

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  • 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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The nature 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"
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OP/TECH USA Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature)
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    Material Neoprene and nylon webbing
    Attachment Method Swivel hook
    Exterior Dimensions 28-48" (71.12-121.92cm)

    Approximate dimensions

    Accommodates Tripods with eyelet on the center post
    Weight 5.6 oz (159g)
    Tripod Swivel Strap (Nature) is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 20.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Buy A Backpack Instead I bought this strap at the suggestion of the saleperson, telling him my plan was to use it for transporting my tripod mainly out in the woods to shoot waterfalls and nature photos. Although this strap did help me keep my tripod on my person and helped me remain hands-free to climb up and down rocks and cross streams, in retrospect I think I would have saved up for a nicer camera backpack for my gear that also had the external rigging on the back to carry my tripod. For around town and in the city, I still think I would have made the same choice. Not a super-expensive accesory, but I probably would have gone another way just for functionality.
    Date published: 2009-05-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Strap Nice easy to use. While my photo backpack has a tripod attachment, I think this works as an excellent alternative as I don't have to unhook everytime I put the pack down. with this strap I just unbuckle the strap around the legs and set up with the snap hook end attached to the loop near the tripod head. Nice to see that this is made in the USA too. While I think the strap is designed to carry the tripod parallel to the ground (sticking out in front and in back of you), I prefer to carry it upright so it is close to me to avoid banging into anything or anyone. It can be adjusted to carry in this fashion as well.
    Date published: 2009-09-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Improvement over the tripod's own strap. I bought this to replace the original strap for my Induro AX213. It has more length to work with, and this strap is significantly more comfortable and faster to use than the OEM strap that came with the tripod. Be aware, though, that the swivel hook is meant to go on tripods that have a swivel strap lug at the bottom of their center post, and this Induro tripod has its lug near the top on the legs, so it ends up carrying the tripod upside down--if this bothers you, you might want to consider the one that doesn't use a strap lug, but instead loops around the tripod in two different place.
    Date published: 2010-07-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from All lightweight tripods need this I bought a Manfrotto 055 series carbon fiber/magnesium tripod as the best choice for long and not so long hikes. The carry handle that it came with, standard equipment, is just a handle. You really need to be able to carry the tripod slung on a shoulder - it's light enough to carry all day, but only if it comes with the right strap. Having had other Op/tech products I bought this strap with complete confidence, and after a few outings I find my confidence was not misplaced.
    Date published: 2012-05-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addition to my Tripod Bag Another great product from Op/TECH. I have a Manfrotto 055XPROB tripod that has a steel ring at the shoulder of the tripod. The hook is attached here and the loop is attached at the other end. Plenty of padding and plenty of strap for adjustment. I keep the tripod in my bag until I get to the location, from there I can now sling the tripod over my shoulder. The tripod is less cumbersome out of the bag. Even works well with my Manfrotto 322RC2 head attached.
    Date published: 2012-07-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great strap for the price The strap works perfectly with my Manfrotto 055CFXPRO3. The tripod has a hook attachment point at the base of where the ball head mounts and the strap has plenty of length to adjust the needs of the user. It's much more comfortable to carry the tripod with the strap as opposed to using my Manfrotto tripod padded bad which isn't very comfortable for long hauls and is very bulky.
    Date published: 2011-04-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible shoulder saver I have bought 3 of these (in differing colors). Also tried the SKOOBA SUPERBUNGEE one. There is no comparison. This one wins hands down for shock absorption and comfort. I am a working pro and carry heavy bags w/ full frame cameras and big lenses (ie 70-200 f/2.8) and I wouldn't dream of doing so w/o one of these straps on my bags.
    Date published: 2010-02-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Optex Tripod Strap Just the trick I needed. Carrying my gear on my bike was a pain. Securing the Tripod The biggest pain. I finally have the system down and can pedal and shoot. Even walking with my tripod was painful. But now it is much easier. Worth the money. I also use the Optex Camera Strap and love that too.
    Date published: 2016-09-14
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