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Vertebral Tech Shoulder Strap

Vertebral Tech Shoulder Strap - Lowepro have announced a new Vertebral Tech Shoulder Strap.

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Vertebral Tech Shoulder Strap
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For premium support and flexibility when carrying a heavy kit, Lowepro bring you the inventive Vertebral Tech shoulder strap. It’s an ideal solution for transporting camera equipment as well as a sports bag, or even laptop bag with comfort.

To lessen the discomfort photographers feel when carrying a heavy load of camera gear, Lowepro have created a strap that provides long-wearing comfort, support and flexibility. It’s name comes from the Vertebral Tech spine-like structure imbedded in a double layer of EVA foam padding. The shoulder strap bends to conform to the shape of a shoulder and distributes weight evenly. Its vertebral, contoured design provides a comfortable fit no matter how the strap is placed: left shoulder, right shoulder, facing up or facing down.

Along with its superior comfort and support, the Vertebral Tech Shoulder Strap features a non-slip strip on both sides to help prevent the strap from sliding off the shoulder when on the move. The non-slip strip also serves as a camera keeper to prevent a camera strap from sliding.

Additional features include: a SlipLock attachment loop on one side to let the user add SlipLock compatible pouches, cases or bottle bags—expanding the strap’s carrying options; and 360° metal snaphooks, providing no-twist, durable connections.

The strap measures 8.9 x 3.8 x 40.6 cm and is available in black and adjusts to fit most body types. Available in black it can be purchased from all good stockists.mFor more information please visit the Lowepro website.

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