Nap II Tan neck strap. Leather camera straps have never been so soft before!
Napa II, with a similar triple braid as the previous best seller version but with internal seams. This makes the construction of the strap much more difficult and time consuming but the result is an even softer and even more beautiful strap!
Made from premium Italian soft full grain sheepskin. It is a particularly valuable leather because of its softness and fine grain, as well as durability. It is commonly used for high-quality clothing.
Perfect for all cameras accepting split rings. Leica M, Leica Q, Sony, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus, Panasonic and other mirrorless and DSLR cameras. All our straps come with leather protective rings.
If you are using the strap on a Fuji pls mention on the note section of your order so we put the correct split rings.
The Napa camera shoulder strap comes with a unique suppleness, a feeling of leather turned silk on the skin, of luxury and exclusivity that is unrivalled. Made of a triple weave of finest sheepskin, which is interwoven and sewn together, this design camera strap offers not only a maximum of wearing comfort, but also an enormous durability, as only the finest full grain leather can offer. Optically perfect for modern compact and system cameras, this results in a very resistant, yet extremely flexible and cuddly design camera strap.
- Hand crafted camera strap made from high quality full grain sheepskin.
- Elaborately braided and sewn by hand
- Strap attaches to camera with hardened 16mm split rings
Strap length standard sizes are 100cm/39,37in. and 125cm/49,21in. Width 17mm/0,67in. If you need a custom length strap you can order it from the size menu. Usually, four to six days will be needed for our artisans to make the custom length strap.
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“This strap is visually pleasing and feels excellent to touch. Very silky. Also doubles nicely as a wrist strap. It feels so good on the neck , it is almost like A mix of silk and leather” Hari Subramanyam