This deadstock material was found at the back of an old auto re-upholstery shop. Intended for the seat covers of a 1980's Mercedes, we just had to hijack this small piece of vintage vinyl and make something amazing. Only a few left of these sweet straps.
Presenting the all popular blue tapestry. Featuring raised brown textures over a soft blue silk. Of course, we had to frame this in darling with black leather ends and finish it off with hand sewn contrast stitching.
Not only did we find some deep red velvet, but this fabric has some random “crinkle” texture to lend even cool-ness to this refined strap.
It’s a throwback to the 70′s, subtle browns and soft microsuede finished with our oiled brown leather and antique finished grommets.
For that old school look, nothing says vintage like a sparkly silver stripe framed in a deep burgundy.
Denim at it’s best. Soft and low-profile, this baby will hang that D3 + 70-200 in comfort and style. This option with black leather ends and black grommets.
We can never seem to get enough of our corduroy. Here we have a deep blue cord with the grain running the length of the strap.
Everyone likes Paisley, so we had to make one with the timeless black leather ends and black grommets.
The brown variation of our popular paisley print camera strap is finished off with our oiled brown leather ends and antique bronze grommets.
For those looking to get away from the lack a little bit, we offer this bad boy with a mat finish soft brown with iridescent blue racing stripe.
The black version of our Cracked Out strap. This one-of-a kind features cool black cracks along the length of the strap and a super soft suede backing.
The other twin-buttery brown. This strap features several telling belt buckle holes from its past life, and a soft suede backing.
Originally created by another high quality company, this Enrgie™ strap is super unique and yes, as strong as the Hulk himself.
Black on black. This little rascal is ready for years of style and functional awesomeness. Removable branding piece.
A twin at first glance, this beauty actually has many differences once you take a closer look. (I’ll give you a hint, they are all awesome).
Don’t let the holes fool you, this leather Eagle is rough and ready to rumble and is actually super-soft and ready for years of dedicated service.
When we saw the blue… well we just had to offer it our Paisley in this color combo, this time with our oil brown leather.
The brown version of our very popular denim strap. This option with brown leather ends and punctuated with our custom antique bronze grommets.
Sometimes we just need to get a little silly. This furry creature is perfect for anyone with kids, photographs kids… or is just a kiddo at heart.
One of our most popular designs. This one crafted from a subtle corduroy fabric and featuring a soft blue and brown floral pattern.
Baby blue. Inspired by my old pair of pants from the 60′s and finished with our brown leather and antique bronze grommets.
We found about two yards of this deadstock fabric and couldn’t resist turning it into some Riley G awesomeness.
We were going for green plaid, but got green stripes instead. Sometimes when you just go with it, everything turns out fabulously.
Blue screened leaves on a cream canvas just reminds me of one of my favorite places in the world: Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. Finished with our amazing oiled brown leather and antique grommets. Get a photo of yourself and this strap in Manuel Antonio, and your next Riley G strap is on me.
Named after the fabulous photographer Sarah Haywood. This unique strap features intricate decorative stitching along the outside, yet solid and durable on the inside.
A reincarnation if the original Mr. Lee. This one just as popular with those looking for the simple and elegant. Slightly more blue than the original, yet just as amazing and still, 100% wool.
If this were the future and we all wore space suites around, this is what material we would use. Silver vinyl, layered with fishnet. The ends, of course, in 100% real leather and indestructible stainless grommets.
We discovered a few precious yards of this amazing yellow furry goodness at the famous Britex Fabrics in San Francisco, CA. This deadstock material was from the Fender™ factory and used to line their guitar cases. Look familiar? We were able to make a few amazing camera straps in this very limited edition run.
There is only one of these banditos left in stock. It’s green, sparkly, one of my personal favs. Going, going…