Happy Tuesday from an extremely cold, wet day in the Pacific Northwest. Here in Portland, we’ve had more snow on the ground for a longer period of time than I can ever remember seeing in my years. This has led to mass school cancellations resulting in a Lord of the Flies type atmosphere around here with our kids and the others in the neighborhood. They’ve literally had one day of school since they had nearly 3 weeks of winter break. Shit has gotten serious. By serious, I mean seriously mental. This may explain why I’m feeling the need to move some straps as I’ve also been home, working and staring at these things on the shelf.
Normally $42, all Speed Sling Straps are available for 40% off when using code “SPEED40” at checkout which drops it down to $25.20 with free shipping in the US or a flat $10 international rate. (go to Nautistraps.com HERE) Good while the stock I have lasts, and currently, I’ve got every color stocked up – solid black, black/white, blue/white, red/dk gray, yellow/dk gray and orange/dk gray.
The Speed Sling is a lightweight, comfortable shoulder sling style strap with one connecting point, worn across body and attaching to the camera via a 170lb test split ring and steel spring quick release clasp. A great strap for compacts and mirrorless system cameras. I use these with my Sony a7II and Panasonic GX8 all the time. When wanting to switch it to a handheld, I wrap the strap a couple times around my wrist and it works wonderfully. Find the Speed Sling, and all my other designs at Nautistraps.com
Use code “SPEED40” to get 40% off the Speed Sling straps while I’ve got them in stock.
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Thanks and happy shooting,
just ordered in the black and white…when you send my order…could you put a bit of snow it…been pretty warm here in western PA for most of the winter
Ha! As luck would have it, it warmed up 20 degrees and heavily pissed rain down on us seeing our nice winter blanket transformed into a muddy slurpee overnight. Straps on its way though! 😉