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Crumpler Industry Disgrace Camera Strap IDE001-T01000 - Beech


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  • MOISTURE CONTROL: The neoprene neck cushion wicks away perspiration for evaporation into the sweatasphere through twin exhausts.
  • ANTI SLIP LINER: Embossed anti-slip rubber logo doesn't just appease the marketing honchos, it stops the strap sliding around on your neck or shoulder.
  • DOUBLE LENGTH ADJUSTMENT: Dual upper and lower adjustable tri-glide buckles let your camera assume every position from gangsta thigh hugger to Harry High Pants.
  • SUPER STRENGTH WEBBING: Tapering from extra wide double weave at your end, to camera eyelet size at the business end, the super strength one piece tubular flamed polypropylene webbing keeps a vice like grip on your camera.
  • DUAL ACCESSORY LOOPS: Left and right reinforced accessory loops let you attach other photo-gadgetry and gadgetry for instant access.
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Product Details

Color: Beech
  • Product Dimensions: 48 x 3.5 x 0.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004TTSPFU
  • Item model number: IDE001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 5, 2011

Product Description

Color: Beech

Product Description

Most camera straps try to re-shape the back of your neck. Not this ergonomic puppy. Weightlifter wide, thick like a weathergirl and with a double layer neoprene neck cushion, its body-hugging contours distribute the mass of your camera evenly across your shoulders. No irritation. No scarification. Constructed of flamed polypropylene, 900D, Air Mesh, and dual layer nylon-reinforced PVC, it’s soft where it matters but strong where it counts.

From the Manufacturer




Crumpler Logo

The history of Crumpler originates in the world of bike messengers and their messenger bags. However, since 1995 the Crumpler collection of bags has greatly expanded. The range includes professional camera bags, laptop and technology bags, backpacks, casual bags and luggage. But despite the evolution in style and use that Crumpler bags have undergone, the principles behind the original pattern have basically remained the same — creativity, innovation, a willingness to experiment, a big dose of humor and products that are built to last a lifetime.

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Crumpler is known for high-quality craftsmanship.

The Industry Disgrace Camera Strap features
an ergonomic, double-layer neoprene neck cushion.

High-quality craftsmanship

Simply put, Crumpler products are well made. All Crumpler products are crafted by hand, beginning as a sketch on paper and then turned into design patterns-all before any piece of fabric is employed. Designing camera bags the old fashioned way preserves the soul and identity of the products and ensures the bags and their uses are thoroughly considered as they're developed.

Just like the originals, all Crumpler photo bags are made of sturdy, high-quality materials. This means that Crumpler camera bags are durable enough to stand up to the high wear and tear that an avid photo enthusiast might put on his or her camera bag. All Crumpler photo bags are made with waterproof, heavy denier nylon and feature a water-resistant design, so they are able to take on the outdoor elements and protect your gear.

In fact, we are so certain of the durability of our bags that all Crumpler bags feature our legendary, one-of-a-kind "'Til Death Do Us Part" warranty.



Functional and customizable

Million Dollar Home camera bags feature
configurable main compartments that are perfect
for storing all of your camera gear.

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5 Million Dollar Home bag
Haven series

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Crumpler camera bags feature unique, customizable designs that let you use your camera bag the way that's best for you. For example, all Million Dollar Home and Extravaganza camera bags feature removable, configurable brushed-padded nylon dividers that accommodate a variety of lens sizes and other camera gear and allow you to customize your bag for your set-up. The Million Dollar Home bags also come with velcro silencer flaps that can be placed over velcro fasteners to keep unwanted noise out of your photo shoot. Our Haven camera bags feature a fully configurable main compartment with two velcro-mounting slim-line dividers. And all Crumpler camera bags come with a variety of pockets, leaving you prepared to easily store and access your cables, memory cards, lens caps and other camera gear. Crumpler camera bags are so customizable that, whether you're a seasoned professional or an amateur enthusiast, you're guaranteed to be well prepared for your next shoot.

Just like our camera bags, our camera straps are designed with full functionality in mind too. For example, our Industry Disgrace camera straps feature an ergonomic, double-layer neoprene neck cushion that distributes the mass of your camera evenly across your shoulders.



Unique design

Unique and creative design aesthetic has been a guiding principle for Crumpler since our inception. The photos you take with your camera say something unique about you. We think your camera bag has the potential to do the same. All Crumpler bags feature simple, clean, designs that convey an urbane sophistication. Crumpler bags are available in a variety of colors and patterns which are intended to let you flash a subtle hint of fashion or make a confident style statement. So ditch the bulky, boring black camera bag and entrust your camera to Crumpler.

Crumpler Products

'Til Death Do Us Part Warranty

All Crumpler bags come with our legendary "'Til Death Do Us Part Warranty." If your Crumpler bag fails as a result of defective materials or workmanship under normal use while you: a) draw breath and b) remain the bag's owner, we'll repair or replace the part(s) in question — no questions asked. You'll just have to mail your bag to a Crumpler HQ, postage paid, together with your proof of purchase and a short note to explain the problem. We'll make it right and send it back to you ASAP.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This strap is really comfortable around the neck.
randomyz
I also like the fact that it is very low key and does not have a brand name advertisement in bright contrasting color.
Carol Gannaway Eruren
It's the best one I have used so far in 40 plus years of photography.
Arthur H. Cooper

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Ethan Winning TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 8, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This is my 4th camera strap through Amazon, my 9th in all with the originals. So, I've had some experience and a lot of expense. I know that I'm not the only one who feels that even a 21 ounce Canon SX40 can feel like 8 pounds after a 4 hour, 5 mile hike through rough terrain (especially the uphill parts), but even with wider straps, I've been uncomfortable and lately have found straps pressing upon my carotid artery, clavicle, and chaffing my neck. So, having given up on my previous wide and Canon-provided narrow straps, I just had to take a chance with the Crumpler Convenient Disgrace Camera Strap.

I gave up trying to figure out the "Disgrace" part, but I watched at least 6 videos on everything from $90 straps that were almost the same, intensely studied reviews by MrNikon, and read about 50 reviews. I even talked it over with my brother whose primary camera and lens weigh over 6 pounds [turns out he uses a wrist strap]. Then, I had to take into consideration that I hike with one hiking pole (two is a long story), and finally bit the bullet and bought this not-inexpensive Crumpler.

Pros: It comes longer than most straps and, instead of cutting it down or looping it shorter, I made it 48". The best I could do with two others was 30-36".

Crumpler can be used as a sling since with 48", you can easily put your arm through even if you're wearing a jacket.

It can be worn as a sling from either shoulder. Many are right-shouldered only, and you can even switch when not using the camera allowing relief from one shoulder or the other if needed.

Cons: It's rests very low around the neck, on me below my waist. If you make it shorter, it becomes more difficult to use as a sling.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Carol Gannaway Eruren on May 21, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The Crumpler Industry Disgrace Camera Neck Strap is adjustable and has the other characteristics of a usual camera strap as far as connecting it to a camera. That is where the similarities between it and other camera straps end. This is the third camera strap I have had for my present camera and it will be my last. The Crumpler is very soft and comfortable on my neck and my neck does not get tired from using it. I also like the fact that it is very low key and does not have a brand name advertisement in bright contrasting color. This will be the only camera strap I will ever use from now on.
Kudos to Crumpler for a superb product.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By W. Dwyer on May 28, 2012
Color Name: Beech
This is the best of several camera straps that I've used, owned, or tried on over the last 10+ years. It's of robust construction and is well padded, but remains reasonably moisture wicking and breathable (certainly much better in this regard than factory canvas straps or aftermarket neoprene products). The tailoring (which is contoured beyond the "flat band" approach of most straps) fits me perfectly. Aside from the quality and static fit, one of my favorite features is the fact that this strap achieves great comfort dynamically (while walking around with weight attached). When I refer to "dynamic" comfort, I am primarily addressing the fact that this strap does not exhibit the bungee cord behavior of many other replacement straps. I used a Nikon N65 with lightweight consumer lenses 10+ years ago and my neoprene strap (while comfortable statically) was a nightmare while on the move. This Crumpler (basically stretch free to my perception) is ideal for my Canon 7D and Canon EOS 1 with heavy higher end lenses. The contour of the strap lends itself well of hanging over my shoulder too.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DeathGod on February 11, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Solid strap with a really comfortable pad that can be worn on the chest, as a sling over the head, or even just hanging off the camera. I have a heavy camera and i found this comfy enough and not as ridiculous as the Crumpler Convenient Disgrace strap.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NyReckDiver TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 24, 2013
Color Name: Beech Verified Purchase
As I said in my review of the Crumpler Convenient Disgrace Camera Strap, serious photographers maintain very distinct and personal views regarding key gear. Camera straps clearly fall in that category (like camera bags). Many of us spend a lot of money and aggravation trying to find the best strap. It took me a few years, but I am confident I found the best strap for me. However, that does not mean it would be the best strap for you. Everyone has a different idea of a "perfect" strap.

I will not bore you with details of all the camera straps I have owned. Most recently I had a "false positive" with a Black Rapid RS-7 Camera Strap, thinking I definitely found my strap. However, after about 6 weeks of use under varying conditions and scenarios, I came to realize there were just too many issues. It looked good on paper but just did not work out for me, though it might for you. And if you are a "bigger guy," steer clear of that strap unless you like the man-boob look.

THE CRUMPLER: After transitioning to the Black Rapid sling style, I had to force myself to go back to the traditional style strap (non-sling). I am glad I did. The build quality of this strap is among the best I have experienced and the same as the Crumpler Convenient Disgrace Camera Strap. The design of the strap distributes weight evenly so that even with my Nikon D300s, battery pack, and 80-200 f2.8 lens, I can go for hours with no problem, even though it is not as wide as the Convenient Disgrace version. The material used for the area that covers the back of your neck makes it feel as if it is not even there, even on the hottest days. I found the padding more than adequate by any measure.
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