Review: Miggo Camera Strap and Wrap

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Feast your eyes on some of the ugliest gear that we’ve ever reviewed. They’re called the Miggo strap and wrap–and they come in a variety of sizes and colors. The company coins their products as being able to totally protect your camera one second then allowing you to shoot with ease the next. The straps are made from Neoprene–which helps to absorb some bumps and scratches, but this material seemingly from the Superman universe sure has its kryptonite.

And while it may be a nice idea in theory for sure, we’re not sure that we’d want to tote one around.

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!mo Updates Their Camera Strap Line with 11 New Designs, Promises Madd Street Cred

!mo, the company with the weird name that I for the life of me cannot pronounce, just released brand new strap designs. Staying true to their philosophy, they’ve got a lot more flare than your standard strap. Once again, they come in Neoprene or cotton depending on what your style is. They’re available at Rigu, but here’s the rundown for you and as usual, click then links and then use the discount code PHOBLOG10 for an extra 10% off

– Orange wheel



Oceanic Plant

Black Romance Skulls


Lemon Tree


Fruit at night

Coffee Heart

Happy Prince

Yellow Sweetie


(UPDATE: PHOBLOGRAPHER READERS GET 10% OFF) Cheap Photo: The New Straps from !mo Are Beautifully Retro Vintage: Will Do Well In Your Instagram Feed

Talk about some beautiful and retro styled goodness, Rigu now has new straps in from !m0 (when you figure out how to pronounce it, please share). There are a bunch of different varieties with the cotton straps being able to hold 180lbs before they break (that weighs more than I do) and the neoprene ones can bench press 120lbs. The Neoprene also has some snazzy quick release buckles for faster strap transfers from one camera to another if you’re a collector like I am.

You can do a lot more than stare at these straps on your screen, as they’re available in a bunch of different varieties on Rigu’s page. And even I have to say that they’re pretty damned affordable.

Editor’s Note Update: Make a purchase using this link and enter the code PHOBLOG10 and get 10% off of your purchase.