Sport Left Breathe
The Sport camera sling strap has been our #1 seller since the day it was introduced in 2009. Featuring high-tech materials for breathability, and our patented shoulder pad shape for ergonomic comfort, this workhorse of a strap shows no sign of slowing down. The Sport is the strap of choice by both Nikon and Canon when co-branding with us. Our hardware has been tested and re-tested, and we feel we have nailed it with the locking carabiner and LockStar providing a one-two punch for security and safety.
This left-handed version of the Sport single sling camera strap is great for all uses and all types of cameras, especially SLR and DSLR. It holds tight on the shoulder with its included underarm stabilizer, and is good for most any type of photo shoot, amateur or pros alike.
Always by your side and ready for any moment, once you try it you'll never look back. It’s that good.
Sport Left Camera Strap: Shoulder pad built with nylon mono mesh, curved TPE foam and poly air mesh, adjustable length nylon webbing with buckles. Includes integrated underarm stabilizer (BRAD), connector (CR-3), connector cover (Lock Star), fastener (FR-5) hardware, and a polyester dust bag.
- Strap length with pad: 167 cm
- Pad consists of: Nylon mono mesh, TPE foam,
polyester and air mesh
- Pad Length: 40.5 cm
- Pad Width: 5.5 cm - 9.5 cm
- Pad Thickness: .65 cm
- Webbing: 100% Nylon
- Webbing Width: 2.5 cm
- Cam buckles
- Includes ConnectR (CR-3)
- FastenR (FR-5)
- Polyester dust bag
- Product Weight: 6.66 oz
Ratings & Reviews
I needed a strap to carry my D850 with 200-500 lens and am very right handed, Looking at attaching the strap to the lens foot instead of body to reduce mount stress, I tried mocking up how I would lift the lens up and get right hand on body to shoot. On right side, if I picked it up with right hand on lens foot, I had to swap hands at some point, literally tossing the rig enough to swap hands and get left hand on foot and right hand on body. Awkward and risky with expensive gear. If on right side, I grabbed foot with left hand, the awkward cross-body motion was worse but less risky. When I tried it on left side, I grab the lens foot with left hand, bring the rig up, and get my right hand on grip in an easy flowing motion. In use, very natural and fluid movement. With short lens, the right side is the choice. Base your choice on what you need to lift and how you will accomplish that more than being left or right handed. For me, this stuff is too expensive to take chances.
This is great strap and one of the few that fit a left-handed shooter. It is very well padded but yet doesn't cause you to get hot and perspire. It stays on your shoulder securely and doesn't slip. It's hands down the best strap I've ever owned.