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For those photographers or outdoor enthusiasts seeking comfort in an alternative carrying system, OP/TECH USA offers the TRIPOD LEG WRAPS. Each leg is individually wrapped to protect the legs against damage and to give you added comfort against shoulder fatigue. It also keeps the cold metal legs "under wraps" and away from your skin. First, apply the closed-cell foam pads to the legs. These are held firmly in place with a strip of low-tack tape which secures the wraps without leaving a sticky residue. Second, the durable Cordura leggings are stretched snugly over the foam pads to form a seamless, comfortable fit. The TRIPOD LEG WRAPS are available in 1", 1?" and 1?" diameter leg sizes. The 17" length can be customized to fit the user's tripod by merely cutting the foam pads with a serrated knife (Do not cut the Cordura leggings). Finally, you can toss your tripod over your shoulder in comfort!
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They are pretty easy to put on, though you need to attach the double-sided tape that comes with it to your tripod legs. I'm a little uneasy about this but I guess it's necessary. You then just cut the foam tubing to fit, open and place over the tape. Then just pull up the stretchy black "tube socks" over the top.
Works great - much easier to carry and keeps you from having to hold on to the cold legs. The reason only 4 stars is that the tape is almost worthless and the foam doesn't stick well, so the whole thing spins around the leg. Not a huge issue but annoying.
Overall, well worth the money, and these are reasonably priced compared to others I've seen.
Get a roll of electrical tape and a thin, blunt instrument (popsickle stick, hemostat, back of a paintbrush), scissors.
After cutting the foam tube to length and placing it over the tripod leg (as directed by the instructions), be extra careful sealing the longitudinal slit together with the adhesive strips that have been applied to the edges of the slit. There is a tendency to end up with the adhesive sticking to the tripod leg underneath if you accidentally roll the sticky edge underneath.
Now place a strip of electrical tape down the length of the seam. If your tripod leg is a little larger than the inner diameter of the foam tube, the adhesive will not hold the seam together, especially at the top or bottom of the legs. A small split will quickly become a large one, and just grabbing the tripod leg to move it will keep enlarging it. You will end up taping over this seam eventually, so do it right at the start and save yourself some trouble.
Next place the lycra cover over the foam tube, leaving the extra length split between the top and bottom of the foam. Using the popsicle stick or hemostat, slide the lycra under the ends of the foam, working around the end of the foam in stages until you have a smoothly covered end.
Your shoulders will thank you for putting these on!
The instructions are very well done, and easy to follow. Just cut the double sided tape into long strips, and make sure you have enough to cover 3 legs. This is the first thing I did wrong; the instructions show that you need to cut one long strip of tape on each leg. IF you have enough tape I would put more than one strip on each leg, because one strip didn’t seem to stop the foam pads from spinning. That’s the first CON of this design.
Next you take the foam pads and cut them to the length of your main tripod leg. For me that was 9”, so I cut the foam times 3 into 9” lengths and removed the double sided tape that is placed at the ends of each pad, so that there is a nice fit around the tripod legs. Place the foam around the leg, and pull off the liner tape so that the two halves would adhere together. WARNING when you stick the two halves together, it’s next to impossible to remove it without ruining the foam.
After the foam pads are all placed on the tripod, you next place the sock onto each leg of the tripod. Because the foam comes in long 18” pieces, the nylon sock is also really long, and because my Manfrotto has 9” long sections, I basically had double the sock that I needed. The directions say not to cut the sock. So now I had all the extra material left over. The only thing you can do with it is to try to tuck it behind the foam tubes, which of course make the sticky tape less sticky. Op/Tech has great directions on how to figure out the diameter of your tripod, they should include options on different lengths of socks, so that you don’t have tuck the sock behind the foam. It still looks ok but a bit sloppy.
Someone complained about the price of this product, but it’s ok priced. There isn’t a lot to it, but the $28 I paid seems ok, no real complaints about that. The Op/Tech USA Tripod Leg Wrap is good product, but could have been a bit better. I would buy one again because you can tell that Op/Tech USA care about their products.
PROS: Good instructions, Made in the USA , feels nice to the touch, easy to put together.
CONS: Double sided tape wasn’t very sticky, so now it spins. Nylon/ polyester socks are too long, looks sloppy