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Peak Design Leash

There are three type of straps from Peak Design, Slide [1], Slide Lite [2], and Leash [3].

The main difference between them is the width of the strap. The biggest of the lot is Slide, which is for DSLR. Slide Lite is for smaller DSLR and mirrorless cameras while the smallest of the lot, Leash, is meant for smaller cameras.

All three straps are available in two colors, Black and Ash.

Slide retails for US$64.95 (S$88), Slide Lite retails for US$49.95 (S$68), and Leash retails for US$39.95 (S$55).

I bought the Leash because it has the smallest profile. But instead of using it for cameras, I am going to use it for my Peak Design Field Pouch [4], turning the pouch into a small sling bag.

Some specifications of the Leash:

Peak Design Leash - Box Front [5]
Peak Design Leash – Box Front
Peak Design Leash - Box Back [6]
Peak Design Leash – Box Back
Peak Design Leash - Box [7]
Peak Design Leash – Box
Peak Design Leash - Box Open [8]
Peak Design Leash – Box Open
Peak Design Leash - Box Instructions [9]
Peak Design Leash – Box Instructions
Peak Design Leash - Box Contents [10]
Peak Design Leash – Box Contents

The contents of the packaging include:

Peak Design Leash - Anchor [11]
Peak Design Leash – Anchor
Peak Design Leash [12]
Peak Design Leash

Peak Design straps are designed to be used with Peak Design Anchors [13].

Peak Design Leash - Anchor Links [14]
Peak Design Leash – Anchor Links

The strap is made of seatbelt-style nylon webbing while the adjuster is made of anodized aluminum and Hypalon.

Peak Design Leash - Hypalon Quick-Adjusters [15]
Peak Design Leash – Hypalon Quick-Adjusters
Peak Design Leash - Anchor Links With Anchors [16]
Peak Design Leash – Anchor Links With Anchors