Everything made for the mountains must be robust. In the latest collaboration between Leica and COOPH, we’ve taken mountaineering ropes and repurposed their rugged elegance as Leica camera straps for adventurous photographers. A simple and sturdy accessory with character to carry your camera safely and comfortably.
- Strong, hand-sewn stitching
- Genuine Italian vegetable-tanned leather details
- High-quality climbing rope
- 2018 Winner of the European Product Design Award
- 2018 IDA Design Awards Bronze Winner
Comfortably and stylishly carry your gear with the Red, 49.6" Leica Rope Sport Optics Strap Designed by COOPH. COOPH stands for the Cooperative of Photography. The strap features a nylon loop attachment.
Rugged elegance for the adventurous photographer. Everything made for mountain climbing must be robust. In the latest collaboration between Leica and COOPH, they’ve taken mountaineering ropes and created ruggedly elegant Leica camera straps for adventurous photographers. Made in Germany, the rope features Italian-made leather details. A stylish, yet sturdy accessory with character to carry your camera safely and comfortably.
The Rope Straps SO are suitable for Most Leica Cameras and for the S, SL, V-Lux, and Sofort cameras.
The Rope Straps with O-Rings are suitable for all M, Q, and X (Type 113), TL/TL2, and D-Lux cameras. For use with TL/TL2 cameras, the Strap Lug Set for TL (item 18807) is required and sold separately and is also available at Leica Store Lisse of course.
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