I’m teaming up with my good friend, and fellow photographer, Randall (owner of Mettle Cycling) to offer the TRP Vector camera wrist straps. We chose the Vector in particular, as a great option for those who like to tote their cameras along for the ride because they’re light, easy to get on and off one handed, and while on, they’re comfortable and secure. I’ve been using the Vector straps, almost exclusively on my various cameras lately because they are comfy, and very low profile.
Available now in all 4 colors, go and visit Mettle Cycling HERE to see the camera straps (available with free shipping for the straps by using FREESHIPPING at checkout), along with tons of beautifully handmade, cycling goods. If you’re into journeying on two wheels, or just like to see great velo-photography, have a look at the Mettle Blog HERE. Great insight into various goings on here in the Pacific Northwest, along with different projects like Leave It On The Road, where a great group of folks raise money to fight cancer doing what they love, to help support those they love.
Happy Holidays to all, and I hope this entry finds you and all of yours, well. Keep on keeping on, and for the other TRP straps, you can always find them HERE.
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The brand new, hand built Vector straps are now available via the TRP Camera Straps Page HERE for $27 delivered ($33 outside of the US). They’re light weight, low profile and comfortable wrist straps for any camera. Utilizing very high end materials, I’ve chosen to build these with both comfort and function in mind. They’re great when wanting to keep weight and bulk down, comfort up all while maintaining a casual, modern look.
The Vector Straps are now available along with the Garda and Cascade Straps. Come on in to see who won free straps from our social media giveaway…
As some of you know, I moonlight as a working man. My work entails the manufacturing and distribution of sail boat components. One of the products I work with is yachting rope. Through various projects over my time with rope, I’ve learned certain splicing and tapering techniques. I’ve been building my own wrist straps for a while now and have fielded quite a few inquiries from readers who’ve seen them adorn my cameras here on the blog, so I decided to see if I couldn’t support the blog itself by selling these guys. C’mon in to see more about what goes into the hand building of these things and find out how to buy one for yourself or a loved one 🙂