Excerpt: I bought this strap on the advice of Ken Rockwell, a pro photographer who has an informative website. This strap is incredibly comfortable to wear and very well made. The part of the strap that fits around your neck is made of neoprene like they use in wet-suits for divers. Really strong stuff, but stretchy. The weight of the camera is barely felt because the strap has enough "give" in it to absorb the weight of the camera as you move. It's perfect.
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable, Does not Chafe, Strong Construction, Well Padded
Excerpt: A very good, functional alternative to the basic short Nikon strap that could substitute as emery cloth in a pinch. Availability in colors other than black is a nice touch; comes in handy.I was guided to the Tamrac N-25 at Adorama by Ken Rockwell. Thanks Mr. Rockwell & Adorama.
Excerpt: I bought this because I'd read a review saying it is long enough to sling across the chest rather than hang from the neck, but that is not the case. It's too short for that. It's really only a minimal improvement over the Nikon strap that came with the camera. It's a bit more springy, but too short for what I wanted.
Excerpt: The Neoprene broke it then just held together with the fabric on the top if the Neoprene.It was too bouncy and there was no suppport for the weight, I think the Tamrac N-27 - Boomerang Strap is a much better strap