Best Selling Camera Straps
Have been very pleased with our first Lucky Strap for our old Canon 5D Mk3 and when we bought a new 5D Mk4 recently, replacing the crappy Canon strap was a no-brainer. There is no way you can carry a full sized SLR for example with a 70-200 lens on a longer shoot using one of these factory straps.
The original 5 year old brown strap on the other camera is still going strong by the way, nicely worn in, has travelled a lot. This one is red and black with the quick release although we don't really take it off ever. Very happy with these straps. I might buy one for my little Fuji too.
Bought a regular for my son, and a long strap for me to carry crossbody, and we both loved our strap. We went hiking for hours in 30 celcius, and it was still comfortable with our mirrorless. It's soft, quality leather. I use leather care products meant for equestrian tack to keep my leather and I can tell this leather will last years. Best feature is possibly the look, we looked like models or instagramers in some of our travel photos.
Great camera strap and so happy I purchased it. I saw it on a photographer s YouTube video they were promoting Lucky straps. Santa Barbara CA
Purchased this strap feeling excited to have a great quality strap. When it arrived it was even better and softer than expected. I chose to have my full name pressed into one strap and love this extra detail. It's the perfect strap.
First time buying from lucky straps and im very impressed by the quality of the products and the customer service! I had an issue with my product and Justin was really responsive and solved my issue straight away. Very happy with everything! :)
What a great Product! As a Architecture and Portrait Photographer I was searching for a long time for a strap with a quick release System. And in addition it looks great too! The building quality feels high and very comfortable!. I am very happy to found these camera straps!
I got this strap for a case after loving the strap I got for my camera. It is perfect! Comfortable, looks great, and the customization is a plus! You will not be disappointed.
Beautifully made comfortable strap. I needed this wide strap for my analogue Pentax 67, a big heavy medium format camera. Out in the field, a thinner strap just won't fit the bill comfort wise. I purchased the longer 55cm version so I could sling the camera across my chest and just lift it to my eye to shoot. Ideal for the way I work. Thanks Lucky Straps, couldn't be happier!
The Deluxe 45 padded strap is awesome. Just enough padding for all day comfort but to thick to prevent flexibility. I’m using it on my Nikon D4s and it’s perfect. I’ve also switched it to the Nikon D810 thanks to the quick release system. I love this product so much I have a “Lucky Strap” for all my cameras. The wrist straps are great too.
This strap exceeded my expectations ... the quality, the softness of the leather, the smell is divine and the quick release strap is exactly what I was looking for. I got the longer length .. it sits easily at my hip ( I'm 5'9 ). I'm shooting with a 1dxmk2 combined with the 100-400 lens, happy now that I've got a comfy strap to take the weight. Very happy with my purchase.
Love the strap. Simple, functional, and beautiful soft leather. Quick release system is quality too, and works well. Highly recommend these straps. Also easy to order and delivery was spot-on!
I ordered the Slim 30 Antique Brown Long Length and the Simple 20 Wrist strap in Tan. They are both amazing! I thought on this purchase for such a long time wondering if I would be happy, but they are both perfect and oh so comfortable to wear, I can hardly feel the strap on it moulds to your body. Beautiful soft leather and beautifully made. The quick release system is great and very strong. I was unsure about text so got different on each. The slim 30 strap has cursive in Rose Gold Foil. The Wrist strap has Cursive but Blind, no foil. I am in love with both styles. I can't recommend these straps enough and the postage was super fast.
I ordered the slim 30 regular strap and the wrist strap in desert tan. I took a long time to decide on the colour and it's just beautiful. I'm in love with the shoulder strap. It's the perfect length (I was worried it might be too long for short little me but it's great). The leather is so soft and really does have the perfect amount of slip and grip. I've never been the type of person who can wear a purse just hanging on one shoulder - I thought my shoulders were too small - but this strap is magic. I can now carry my camera hanging off one shoulder without it falling off. I think it's the texture of the leather. Anyway, love it. I use it with an x-t3 and an x100v and it's a great size for both of them.
I do like the wrist strap but I'm not quite as in love with it. Leather is lovely but feels a bit thicker. Still soft but not as flexible. I guess that helps keep it open when it's not in use but I dunno it just feels a bit bulkier than the shoulder strap.
I saw a lot of reviews mentioning that the straps are great, but pricey - I really feel these are incredible value. Anything to do with photography is generally super expensive. But these are supposed to last a lifetime... A lifetime! I got the 20% off deal by buying both straps and even with the quick release system my order was less than $200 NZD. For straps you can use for any camera you might have now or in the future and even pass on to your kids, I just feel like that is insane value.
I have put up with the uncomfortable and short stock Canon strap (which I think got even shorter with the R6) for years. The realisation that I needed something better came when I was standing at my sons soccer match with a 100-400 dangling from my neck, it only took a a couple of minutes before my neck starting getting sore. I also shoot astrophotography and have always had the strap blowing in the wind with the camera on the tripod, which is not ideal, so my search for a replacement also needed to factor in a quick release.
A quick search on Dr Google threw up lucky straps, and after looking at another couple of options, I decided the leather, the quick release and the length sealed it for me, settling on the simple 40 w/ quick release ends. I have used it a couple times in anger, and what a difference! Sooo much better, so comfy and worth every cent. I showed it to another dad soccer photographer who initially couldn't believe I spent so much on a strap. He even went as far as saying I was throwing $'s down the drain. But after seeing it, he quickly declared he'll be putting an order.
I use this strap with my wildlife camera set up. I use it cross torso style. I climb with it, scramble up and down mountainsides, boulder hop, you name it - this strap has endured it. It is BULLETPROOF. I love this strap. I count on it to keep expensive camera gear safe. It handles a heavy camera/ big lens load and strikes the right balance between durability and comfort. I've recommended this strap, and Lucky in general, to my friends that are into photography. These straps are worth twice the cost the sell for. I will only buy Lucky Camera straps in the future. In fact, I think I will go buy another camera right now, just so I can put a Lucky Camera strap on it.
Our Leather Camera Straps Are The Most Comfortable way to carry your camera
We have spent years refining our handmade leather camera strap range to be functional, great looking and extremely comfortable.
All of our camera straps are designed to be worn across your body rather than around you neck so you can carry your camera for hours without it becoming uncomfortable.
What Pro Photographers are saying about our leather camera straps
"When shooting for clients day in and out, I want to be able to rely on my gear. My camera strap has to be comfortable and reliable. Hand made from the best materials and with a lifetime guarantee Lucky Straps is the logical choice for me."
"I first got onto Lucky Camera Straps after seeing my mates using them and originally just bought one for my secondary camera, my Olympus. The strap is wide, soft and comfy around my neck and it looks pretty. Not long ago I bit the bullet and put one on my Nikon and I haven't looked back. Highly recommend."
"It's always amazing getting complimented for having a rad camera strap. I've definitely upped my street cred when I run around taking photos!"
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