Seem quite good and comfortable, but too early to tell and summer is happening so the gloves may not get a test or workout for a few months.
My second Lucky Strap, they not only look good but evenly distribute the weight of my often heavy lens and camera set up. I can easily side sling my gear over my shoulder and carry for many hours at a time, very handy when you are photographing wildlife especially birds. Australian made, so great to support a local business.
Just leaving a review due to no response, as I've had my eye on a quick release wrist strap to buy which I have questions about and won't buy until I get clarification.
There's no contact number anywhere (I'm in Australia too) and I've tried reaching them via email and all social media. It's weird they just started a sale too which means the business is probably active? Yet they can't answer any enquiries.. Also if they're charging SO much (even more than actual leather harnesses to hold multiple cameras) then least I'd expect is good customer service.
I am following up on here as I have not been able to reach you by email after a number of tries.
I’m so sorry that you are feeling this way about your experience with us, but there is some some confusion as we did indeed reply.
I personally responded to your email request for a traditional end wrist strap on the 15th of November, just 6mins after you submitted the contact form on our website.
Please check your junk mail folder incase the email got caught in there, I think it's very possible that either there is an issue with your email inbox or you are typing your email address incorrectly and that is the reason you are not responding to any of our communication.
I understand you are very frustrated because you thought I hadn’t replied, but we do actually try really hard with our customer service.
I did also go searching for the messages you sent by social media but I couldn't find anything in our facebook or instagram DMs.
I hope we can still help you, I can promise that we are here and we do reply.
My second Lucky Strap, superb for supporting a heavy lens and length keeps the camera at the perfect spot on my hip. Terrific product !
Excellent service from Justin and the team !
Fantastic quality leather - it's soft and flexible. Love the look. The quick release ends mean I can use this strap on all of my cameras and swap over in seconds. Postage was super fast and the packaging has no plastic. Made in Bendigo! If I ever needed another strap I wouldn't hesitate to buy a Lucky strap.
Awesome product, very high quality and worth the extra few bucks compared to some of the cheaper ones on the market.
The Lucky Straps team went to the extra effort to get these out the door for me super quick.
We’re on my doorstep before I headed over seas 👌👌👌
The strap is well made with soft leather and very comfortable to wear. Highly recommended.
I hate the loss of dexterity when wearing gloves but increasingly find myself in places where my hands get cold. It was so pleasing to find that this product allows me all the freedom I need with my fingers while keeping my hands warm. Wish I found this product sooner!
I now own several of these camera straps, and each one is perfect for the target camera and comfortable for carrying.
I got 2 belts and they look great very solid
I purchased this belt as a gift for my son, it was perfect, suited his wedding gear, he was over the moon with it as he found it difficult to find a belt of this quality. Thank you
Loving my new Lucky strap. It was very easy to install on my Canon and is super comfortable. The quality and workmanship exceeded my expectations and looks great. I've already had positive remarks from people about it. Thank you!
I bought this strap because it is extra long. And they do mean extra long. The extra length works very well. It's really nice to have when you need it.
The strap is very soft and comfortable. Does not abrade the neck like the factory nylon straps do.
The desert tan looks great. I wore it to my photography class. There were a lot of complements and questions about where I got it.
This is a high quality strap at an honest price, just a few days shipping from Australia, and good customer service and follow-up. Cannot ask for anything better than all of this.
I am a photographer (part time) this strap is perfect! The length is perfect and it’s not bulky!!! Win
Great quality and craftsmanship, feels like this will last me a lifetime
Crafted with remarkable attention to detail, it exudes quality and durability. Its timeless design seamlessly blends style and function, suitable for any occasion. What makes it even more special is that it's locally made, supporting the artisans in Bendigo. The comfortable fit is an added bonus. I'm thrilled with my purchase and wholeheartedly recommend Lucky Straps to anyone in search of a top-notch, locally crafted, and stylish belt. It's a 5-star winner!
Superb quality with trustworthy strength to prevent mishaps. Comfortable to wear with beautiful design as a bonus. Great customer service. Thank you. I will be back.
My girlfriend loved it thank you for makinh with so much love
I’m very happy with this purchase. It was on sale because the stitching apparently didn’t pass quality control for aesthetic reasons. I can’t see any issues at all and the strap is a certified winner. Highly recommended.
What a beautiful Fathers Day present we were able to gift my Dad. Beautiful leather (that leather smell! 😍), nicely presented, the monogramming looks wonderful, thank you for a quality product, that has very quickly been put to good use on its first holiday - sightseeing the little mermaid in Copenhagen! Very happy recipient!
After getting my dream camera, I was looking for the perfect strap to go with it. Because it's a very old film camera, parts of the rubber on the original strap had begun to disintegrate, leaving a gross, sticky mess.
I wanted something that would last so I could pass it on to my son one day. I wanted something that looked beautiful, but was also comfortable. And it would be a bonus if it was locally made.
I searched far and wide through different companies, Etsy, and finally landed on Lucky Straps through a recommendation on an Australian film group. I'm so glad I found these guys, because it fulfilled all of the criteria I was looking for! The strap feels comfortable around my neck and also slung across my chest and shoulder. It feels strong enough that I'm not afraid of dropping the camera. And of course, it's a beautiful deep brown leather; time will tell how it holds up, but the quality seems good and I'm excited to see the patina.
The shipping process was quick! I expected it to take a long time but it was with me within a week, even with the embossing. I got gold embossing, but I would recommend black -- I think it would look better on the deep brown! Regardless, I'm very happy with the work that was done and the strap that I've received!
Absolutely love this camera strap!!! It is very comfortable to walk around with my Canon 5D Mark lll . Spent 4 hours walking around and shooting at the Chicago Botanical Gardens recently and was comfortable the whole time. Also wore it as cross body, which made it easy to access the camera whenever I saw a shot. Great product.
I purchased these gloves just before heading to Alaska late last year. Great product, kept my hands very warm while still allowing me to operate my camera. Great quality and the gloves look great too.
I really love the quick release mechanism with The Lucky Strap as it has enabled me to create the perfect set up letting me switch easily between the wrist strap and the Camera strap on my new Leica MA camera. and the colours just work with the camera creating a low profile carrying option.
I absolutely love the shoulder strap. It feels very high quality, it is super comfortable, and the quick release system is a great improvement. I can and will definitely recommend getting this if a shoulder strap is what you're looking for!
My thoughts on the wrist strap are a bit different. While it's also comfortable and great to use once your hand is in it, getting your hand through the loop is a challenge; the loop tends to curl to its smallest size, and you'll need both hands to make it bigger to get your hand through, which — to me — defeats the purpose.