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Accessory Straps

Rated 4.8 out of 5
Based on 45 reviews

Our Accessory Straps now feature secure gatekeeper buckles and locking tape adjuster with side release buckle. Use them as internal cinch straps in the Carryall Duffel, or as external attachment straps with the PRVKE pack. With 6 different backpack attachment points on the PRVKE, you can use these straps to attach a tripod to the bottom, a jacket to the front, or turn your backpack into a standing workstation. Includes two accessory straps. 

average rating 4.8 out of 5
Based on 45 reviews
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Reviewed by Christina L.
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I recommend this product
Rated 4 out of 5

Works Great!

These straps work great for securing my tripod to the bottom on my PRVKE pack, making it more comfortable to carry around for longer hikes and excursions. It’s easy to adjust the straps and to take them off and store them when not needed. One thing I really enjoyed was the Velcro loop that let me attach the extra strap after adjusting so they weren’t dangling loose. I have a bit of a hard time getting the hook off to take the straps off my pack, but it’s nice knowing they’re securely on there!

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Reviewed by Wong Y.
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Rated 5 out of 5

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Reviewed by Dave Y.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5

Straps

OK first you need to understand that I am old (like the 70 year old dude that came with Neil Young's farm old) and my hands have a bit of rust happening...so I was not a fan of the mechanism for unhooking the mechanism...hooking it back up a breeze but unhooking got painful. In total I got 6 straps with the bag and so I had to do this undoing part 12 times...I mean once you get these things hooked to something they are def not going to come off and that is a plus, granted. And perhaps with practice there is a technique that would make the undoing easier...I did discover that first you have to press the ends together to loosen the little metal thingie and /THEN slide the bugger off. And I will admit, it could be that I have Oldtimers or dementedness of the mind but all I can say is that I needed a nap after I got all of them attached.

Once attached the straps are solid like everything else about the bag excepting the owner...I see now they come in colors even!! So you will need two straps if you want to carry your tripod at bottom of bag, two straps for the front of the bag if you want to carry STUFF like jackets, lanterns, swords, guns, or bongos or perhaps a dog...and then you need two inside of the bag so that when you whip the bag around in front of you, suspended just by the waist belt, you can rig the bag so that the back stays up and out of the way, almost giving you a sort of desktop to mess around with lenses and camera bodies or just have a place to put your…

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