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Custom Leather Camera Neck Straps

Our custom leather camera neck straps are made in the UK, using full grain leather to offer a product that not only looks the part, but also provide the durability and strength needed for holding your camera securely and safely. For that traditional feel, the neck straps we produce are ½" in width and available in a range of sizes varying from 38" through to 52”, although a specific size can be made if required. Each strap is finished with a choice of fittings to suit and features a sanded underside and beveled edge for comfort. Double rivets offer the security of fixing and with the range of sizes available, you can choose from a simple over the neck style...

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New "on-Black" Series Hits The Store!

We all love super new things, and with that in mind we're happy to introduce to you the New "on-Black" wrist strap, which offers an option for those in search of a strap with a limited number of metal parts. The "on black" series is a wrist strap for those looking for a more contemporary style of wrist strap for their camera.   It features premium quality leather, along with super strength 1mm waxed cotton thread which is bound to give a super-cool finish to your strap. Length is 8" with width a comfortable 3/8", and attaching it to your camera is simple by way of a 16mm split ring.   An O ring bumper is provided for protection, together...

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Old School Rules, in love with our little Ricoh

Ever since we set up shop with our leather custom camera straps, the little Ricoh 500G has featured prettily heavily in our images, to the point where it’s kind become our little mascot. Being a bit old school, it sits perfectly with the camera straps we’re making, and reminds us of what we’re trying to do, create beautiful leather camera straps, for cameras of all ages. The Ricoh 500G was a compact rangefinder film camera first introduced to the market back in 1972, and although it has never quite achieved cult status like some rangefinders, such as the Yashica’s and Canonet's of this world, it does remain a popular camera of its age today. Maybe it’s down to the fact...

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