The long detachable key strap has been the most handy feature.
Our pick is the steel version, with a navy rubber strap and the Deep Blue iteration of the Helios face.
The padded shoulder straps and mesh-lined padded back panel add comfort (though there’s no sternum strap).
The 22mm strap can be swapped out for either a quick-release band made by Garmin or any standard 22mm third-party strap.
Importantly, the strap is well-padded and very comfortable to carry.
You adjust the fit at each part of the foot by pulling that area of the strap.
The muzzle is secured with a thick adjustable nylon strap with a plastic buckle.
I've tried both the single strap mask and the newer double-strap offering.
Although it shares a similar DNA with a zip tie, its true spiritual forbear is the toe strap.
The strap itself costs nothing and is included with a membership for $30 a month or $288 for one year.
The back has a Velcro-secured luggage strap, and the bag also comes with a removable padded shoulder strap.
The 5-by-3.5-inch brush's strap fit my hand well, but people with large hands might find the strap a bit tight.
The Steel HR comes with a silicone strap, but you can choose to add another one if you'd like a leather or metal Milanese band, too.
This Shacke tag has a metal rivet in the tag that connects to a woven metal strap, providing impressive durability and performance over a plastic strap.
As the strap comes into contact with elements around you, the leather will develop a patina, or a dark lustrous sheen, making your strap unlike any other.
All backpacking packs should come with some form of padded hip belt, padded shoulder straps, a load-fitting strap (this is separate from the shoulder straps), and a sternum strap.
But the flask isn’t as widely available as our pick, and the strap-and-spoon contraption isn’t functional—the spoon would be exposed to germs in a bag, and the strap stains easily.
Strap or no strap: Extremely passionate backpackers have been engaging in a rather intense debate about this, but here’s our two cents: Get a strap, have a strap, use the strap.
I carried my Away bag on a trip to Paris where I used it as my daily tote, and to make it a little more versatile, I took the strap from another black purse and hooked it into the same ring that the small suitcase strap was attached to.
You can use it as a standard roll-top or attach a strap and carry it over your shoulder when off the bike – in this format the strap stows across the front of the bag when you’re riding, with the strap tucked into a little plastic loop to stop it flapping.
- tie with a strap
- an elongated leather strip (or a strip of similar material) for binding things together or holding something in position
- beat severely with a whip or rod
- hanger consisting of a loop of leather suspended from the ceiling of a bus or train; passengers hold onto it
- a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag
- sharpen with a strap
Example: strap a razor
- secure (a sprained joint) with a strap
- whip consisting of a strip of leather used in flogging
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