iMo Camera Straps


The camera strap is one of those things that comes in the box and most people don’t even think about. They just stick it on the camera and BOOM that’s that. However for those of us who have had the unfortunate displeasure of lugging around a 70-200mm lens stuck on a DSLR with a battery pack, you will soon realize that a comfortable strap in something of a necessity. For others, the standard Nikon or Canon straps are too “boring” and they want to express themselves a little bit more or just make their black box stand out from the rest.

iMo straps are a Hong Kong based company that makes custom straps for cameras. They offer a great selection of cotton and neoprene straps in a beautiful array of colours and patterns. I was lucky enough to be sent a few to check out. These straps give a bit of life to your camera and perhaps a bit of comfort too. Each strap is handmade upon ordering and uses quality leather and high-end webbing to make sure that your camera always stays around your neck.


There are basically two main lines; Cotton straps and Neoprene straps. They also offer a gift set and a new Jaquard Strap line which is similar to the neoprene straps but with an Indian Mirror design. The cotton straps are designed for smaller cameras and thus have smaller webbing and less padding but will work as well for your DSLR and can even hold up to 180 lbs. One of the cool things that I notice about these straps was that they have a comfortable but grippy patch on the back that keeps everything from sliding around. With a lighter camera, these straps work well and look great. If you are one of those who have a micro four-thirds or mirrorless pancake-lens camera, then these are a perfect match. However, they still work and look great on larger DSLRs.

They also offer neoprene straps that are designed for heavier DSLR cameras. If you have never tried a neoprene strap then I suggest that you switch over. The benefit of a neoprene strap is that the material acts like a springy cushion for your heavy camera. These straps also have quick-releases which are quite handy in certain situations. I mostly use these when I am set up with my tripod on windy days (like this weekend). The camera straps pop on and off with ease and can hold up to a whopping 120 lbs! Again, these come in a wide variety of colours and patterns. If the bright colours or flashy patterns are not your thing, they also come in solid colours too. Check out their product line here.

Quality leather

The patterns go from cheerful to beautiful solid colours and there is a lot of variety found on their site. If you are looking for something to take a bit of the weight off then these would be your straps. While they may not have the contoured design like the lowepro Voyager C, I wore these around on the weekend and it was very comfortable even with a big lens on. The neoprene does its job very well and the colourful pattern really adds some personality to your camera rather just showing off what brand it is.

Comfortable Neoprene

The cool thing about these straps is that they are hand-made as soon as you order them! You know that care and precision when into designing and creating the straps. I like the idea that they are made just for you, as soon as you order, few places off this kind of service. Soon there will be pockets to go along with these straps as well and I am looking forward to that.

All in all I am happy with these straps and for the prices from $22 to $26 they all affordable and a great purchase.


Special Offer! From now until May 12th iMo will give you 30% off your order using the coupon code: sajin


Contest! Write a comment below and you will be entered to win one of these awesome straps! 



  1. Jo Reply

    Looks great! I might have to get myself one of these. 🙂

    • Jason Teale Reply

      I have a feeling that you’d probably like the multicolored one.

    • JT Reply

      Wow you were the first person to comment and and the first name out of the box! Congratulations!

      • Jo Reply

        Woohoo! Thanks so much!!!

        I actually like the black and white strap better than the multicolored one. 😉

  2. Eddie Provencher Reply

    I would love to win a new strap!

  3. Chris in South Korea Reply

    I hadn’t spent much time thinking about the strap before – comfortable seemed a good enough adjective. They’re eye-catching, to say the least. Definitely worth passing on!

  4. Rena Lily Reply

    Thanks for bringing this brand to our attention, they’re gorgeous straps, simple and sleek. I have Sony nex-5 which has a very light body but i also have a very very old and heavy canon that this strap would look beautiful on! *fingers crossed!*

  5. Stephanie Reply

    I’ve been looking at alternatives for my Canon strap for quite a while-this might do the trick! It’ll be perfect for my upcoming trips to Japan and Europe^^

  6. Juan Reply

    They look good, maybe even inspirational in getting the shot 🙂

  7. Ben Reply

    My default Nikon strap is really uncomfortable and advertises brand a bit too much for my liking, but there’s not enough dislike for me to buy a new strap. Nice contest.

    • Jason Teale Reply

      Thanks! I am happy with the response and trust these straps are nice.

      • Ben Reply

        Honestly, if I just tried out a new strap I’d probably buy a new one the same day. I don’t want to spend more money, though, so I stay away from camera shops, haha!

  8. Emily Reply

    Now I really want one! I hadn’t thought of changing straps before.

  9. Angela Caye Reply

    Wow, never heard of these straps before and was hoping to buy one before I leave Korea. Thanks for the information 🙂

  10. Ben Hobson Reply

    These do look like really high quality straps and more interesting than the standard black one on my Canon. I’d really like one for travelling!

  11. Dani S. Reply

    My Nikon could use some jazzing up. For being handmade and using real leather, these are a steal!
    *fingers crossed

  12. Mitzie Reply

    I loooove these straps… have been on the lookout for some in Seoul a while ago, but haven’t found something perfect yet…

    The more colors, the better… it should scream originality and even with my street photography, EVERYONE will notice me… hey, at least i can capture that eye contact 😉

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