"Never lose your eyewear again" thanks to NexStrap's patented design and innovation. Wear it like a standard eyewear retainer, until you need the added protection in which the NexStrap snap piece will ensure your eyewear stays protected and around securely around your neck. NexStraps are hand built in Denver, Colorado, to ensure the highest quality function and durability. NexStraps will FLOAT most eyewear right out of the packaging and will make you rest easy at night knowing your shades are not going anywhere!
- Hand built in Denver, Colorado
- Made of soft, durable neoprene that float most eyewear
- Patented snap piece design that ensures eyewear stays on even when going overhead
- Guaranteed lifetime warranty against all manufacturer defects
- 2 slide piece adjusters to wear it exactly how you want and/or need. Wear them loose and tighten when and where you need the protection.
- Standard: 19 in
- Short: 16.5 in
Here's what other sites are saying:
NexStraps were invented by Jeff Wright after losing another pair of sunglasses on the water. Jeff is a former US Navy SEAL and long time Surfer, Skier, Snowboarder, Sailor, Kayaker, Fisherman, and Diver. At NexStraps we personally understand the importance of protecting your eyes from the damaging rays of the sun, while in the pursuit of Happiness. Our straps stay on even during the worst of wipeouts. Never lose your eyewear again is our motto and NexStrap believes their product lives up to it. Whether you are mountain climbing, white water rafting, or even jumping out of an airplane, NexStraps has you covered! PRODUCT FEATURES: No tail wagging behind when worn properly. It is like not wearing anything. Eyewear can be "lost over the head" as well as down the face in case of wipeout, etc. If one side does come off, or as with the new breakaway sunglasses one arm comes off, the retainer will still "hold on" to the eyewear. The neoprene both floats the eyewear, and does not retain water. Can be worn like a normal eyewear retainer as well, but when you need the added protection it is there.
- Appalachian Outdoors