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Skooba Design has added a collection of camera/binocular straps to its patent-pending Superbungee shoulder-strap line.
The camera/binocular version features what the company calls a "sport-tuned suspension system," consisting of a high-density, floating bungee cord ring that acts as a shock absorber, minimizing carrying discomfort and perceived weight.
On the reverse (wearer) side of the shoulder pad is a flexible strip of individual, air-filled cells. The cells add to the shock absorption and comfort, and are covered in a friction laminate to help prevent slipping, Skooba said.
The strap is designed to fit any current camera or binocular with standard, 11mm strap slots, or it can be threaded to the split keyring-type connectors on older cameras. It is available in six color combinations at a suggested $25.95.
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