Rock n Roll M Black is Black strap

(7 customer reviews)

120.00 excl. VAT 19% for EU countries

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Rock n Roll leather neck straps, are inspired by guitar straps many Rock n Rollers used in the 60s and 70s.
They are  very comfortable to use because the link structure of these straps, works as a weight absorber.

They come in 2 sizes 100cm and 125cm or you can order a custom made length  according to your needs.All our camera straps come with 2 leather protectors.Perfect for all cameras accepting split rings. Leica M,  Leica Q,  Sony, Nikon, Fuji, Olympus, Panasonic and other mirrorless and DSLR cameras.

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.

Description

Rock n Roll M Black Leather Camera Strap

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The wide width supports the weight of heavy prime lenses extremely well, and its stylish weave adds elasticity. Made of premium soft leather, it is soft and cushioning around the neck. Super! Super product! Can’t recommend it enough!” Avi G.

My camera seems to have less weight.” Yannis M writes in his review: “The rock n roll is perfect for a DSLR as it works a bit like a suspension, not to mention the style which is unique and that intrigued me to get the strap.” – Helmut H.

Jonathan P. says for the Rock n Roll SL which is similar but with endings to fit the Leica SL Lugs: “Most comfortable strap ever! Distributes the weight of a heavy camera for maximum comfort. Soft leather loops conform to neck and shoulder, don’t slip and don’t abrade. Always get compliments on the RnR strap. . . Now have one for each of my cameras!”

“Gorgeous looking! Soft yet strong strap” Ying P.

“Well designed and comfortable to use. Supple enough to wrap it round your wrist if you want to steady or carry the camera that way. Beautiful to look at.”   Sheena J.

“I love these straps so much. GREAT! So comfortable to wear. I am going to replace all my camera straps to TIE HER UP.” – KANGCHENG L.

7 reviews for Rock n Roll M Black is Black strap

  1. Brian A

    I purchased this after seeing it in both Steve Huff and Overgaard. I was curious – the quality looked great, and the leather link design was unique. Before purchasing this, I thought neck straps were unnecessary. I preferred wrist straps and belt holsters / clips. After receiving this, I fell in love and stopped using all of my holsters (they were still practical, but there was no love), and I purchased different Rock&roll straps for each of my cameras (a red Napa and a black Classic). Overall my favorite is still this original Rock N Roll M strap. The link design adds a springiness to the strap that makes the camera feel lighter. And its just the right springiness – not too springy like neoprene straps (which I’ve tried and hated). When I need a wrist strap I’ve learned to wrap the strap around my wrist (it ends up looking like a fancy leather bracelet).

  2. illavia

    Purchased for my Leica M10-P….extremely comfortable – I use it cross body most of the time. Looks great and get many complements!

  3. Elisabeth (verified owner)

    What I like the most is the softness of the strap that make it very comfortable to both wear and use. The strap is so flexible that it make is very easy to put the camera in any photo bags, even small ones. I use this strap on my Sony a7iii. I also have the Rock N Roll M strap in red colour, and its a beauty. Recommended!

  4. Steven

    This was my 3rd R&R strap; the first one was for my Leica SL and then two more for Leica M’s. Based on this alone, you can probably guess that I strongly favor R&R straps. There are certainly cheaper straps out there….but if you choose a cheap strap, prepare to own, however briefly, a cheap strap. The workmanship of the R&R straps is excellent, the straps are beautiful in appearance, and they function brilliantly, easing the weight of the camera (important since Leicas are metal rather than plastic) and making all-day photography a pleasure.

  5. Rice

    Leather is fantastic, quality too. Falls short in the use department though. The leather is very ‘grabby’ – so if you wear it around your neck it’s always pulling your shirts to the side, and difficult to raise to eye level for fast shots. Maybe if you wear it just over one shoulder it might be better for you . I went with one of their wrist straps as well – and tend to use that one. Can’t beat the quality – but I didn’t care for the strap itself.

  6. Kristian S

    Great craftsmanship and high quality. The strap is very comfortable and it stretches a bit due to the link construction. Takes some weight of the shoulder when you walk. Recommended.

  7. Barry J.

    Love it. Beautiful craftsmanship. Great service.

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