Fashionable Camera Strap

If you’re looking to replace your boring black camera strap, we’ve found just the thing for you! Mod Straps sell fashionable camera straps and various matching accessories. They have a ton of great designs and I was lucky enough to try one out recently.

The style I have is called Earthy Zig. It’s a chevron print with earth tones of cream, green, burnt orange, blue, and brown. I love it!


The ends are made of high-grade synthetic leather. They’re tested to withstand 90 pounds of pull-down weight so you can feel safe that your camera will stay secure.


The outside is a strong canvas-like fabric while the inside is plush. The decorative part of the strap is 33 inches long. The total length is 42-48 inches.


They have dozens of different colors and patterns available. To check out the full selection visit

  ClassicLexington ClassicCoastal

They also sell a bunch of fun matching accessories such as camera and accessory bags. If you have a compact camera, they also have straps for those!

DropinPouch   CompactCameraPouch


I used this strap during my recent trip to the U.S. It was comfortable to wear, even for long periods at a time. I had no issues with it whatsoever! I would highly recommend a Mod Strap to anyone looking for a fashionable alternative to their standard camera strap.

I was impressed to learn more about Mod Straps. Mod Straps are made in the U.S.A. and they do a ton of community outreach. In fact, proceeds from sales of straps in the LOVE Collection go to Kidd’s Kids, a foundation whose primary goal is to provide children (ages 5 to 12), who have a chronic or terminal illness or are physically challenged, with an unforgettable adventure at Walt Disney World® in Florida.

If you’d like to look at Mod Straps’ full line you can find them on their websiteTwitterInstagramFacebook, or Pinterest. Select styles are also for sale at Target!


**We are thankful to Mod Straps for sending us a complimentary sample of this product. As always, the views and opinions expressed in this post are 100% our own.

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