The most versatile pro camera strap in the world, the newly upgraded Slide can be worn as a sling, neck, or shoulder strap. Internally-padded nylon webbing has a smooth side that glides over clothing in sling mode and a grippy side that prevents slipping in shoulder mode. Dual quick-adjusters provide instant access and easy reconfiguration. Unique Anchor Link system connects quickly and dual points of connection keep your camera more stable than traditional sling straps. Shipped with updated V4 Anchors. Updates include: new silicone grip, upgraded webbing, and lower profile strap/hardware transitions. Anchor connectors have been updated to be smaller, faster, and more secure.
The strap has a width of 1.8" and is made of nylon webbing that is padded internally to help ensure comfortable use. Its two sides feature different properties: one side is smooth for sliding the camera to your eye when set up as a sling, while the other has a silicone grip that prevents slipping when using it on your neck or shoulder. The four included anchor points attach and detach from the strap with a single hand, and can be left on the eyelets so you can easily switch between cameras while shooting.
Internally-padded webbing gives all-day comfort with no added bulk
Highly stable camera carry via 2 configurable points of connection
HOLDS ALL CAMERAS
Works with heaviest of pro cameras or binoculars
Huge range of length adjustment, made possible by 2 quick-pull adjusters
Webbing glides over clothing for quick camera access
NO BULKY D-RINGS
Connects to strap loops or bottom of camera body via ultra low-profile Anchor Mount hardware
More secure, fast, and lower profile than ever. New canted/angled Anchors for effortless 1-handed connection. 25% slimmer Anchor housing hardware.
STILL STRONG AS EVER
Anchors still hold 200 lbs (90 kg)
New low-profile Anchor Mount is strong, versatile, and leaves a tiny footprint
New ultra-smooth nylon webbing with tighter, more durable weave
Upgraded silicone grip is more effective and durable
Strap molded directly into adjustment hardware for significantly lower-profile design