Peak Design  Slide Strap 2.0 Camera Strap

$69.95
Color: Coyote
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The upgraded Peak Design Slide Strap 2.0 camera strap can be worn as a sling, neck or shoulder strap. Its dual quick-adjusters provide you with instant access and easy reconfiguration at any time.

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Features

  • Internally padded nylon webbing has a smooth side that glides over clothing in sling mode and a grippy side that prevents slipping in shoulder mode
  • Anchor Link system connects quickly and dual points of connection keep your camera more stable than traditional sling straps
  • Plus, Anchors now work with any third-party tripod plate or L-bracket, as well as any Peak Design plate; works with even the heaviest of pro cameras or binoculars
  • 3 straps in 1: Innovative Anchor Link connection system lets you instantly reconfigure Slide as a sling, neck or shoulder strap
  • No bulky D-rings—connects to strap loops or bottom of camera body via ultra low-profile Anchor Mount hardware
  • Anchors are more secure, faster and lower-profile than before; redesigned canted/angled Anchors deliver effortless one-handed connection
  • Thin Anchor cords fit through more camera strap loops/eyelets than before and Anchor housing hardware is 25% slimmer but is as strong as ever, holding up to 200 lbs. (90kg)
  • Strap is molded directly into adjustment hardware for a low-profile design

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Technical Specs

Item #132103
Best Use

Photography

Material(s)

Nylon webbing/anodized aluminum/glass-reinforced nylon

Dimensions

Max length: 145 in.; min length: 39 in.

Weight

5.2 ounces

Sustainability

From a Climate Neutral Certified brand

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