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    Default Broken side straps

    I just got a bag about a month ago and today the strap broke. The black clips at each end snapped off at the 2 little small ends. Is there any way I replace it?

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    What manufacturer? Try to get a warranty replacement.

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    Not really. It's normally not worth the fix. I suggest finding the right size for yourself and fastening it permanently. You could tie it off but I personally find that any money you spend will be a waste.

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    You could try using carabiners from mountain climbing stores - just removed the broken plastic clips and its counterparts, and replace them with a carabiner.

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    Wink Picture

    Please post a picture of broken strap

    Maybe i can help you

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    Quote Originally Posted by druss View Post
    What manufacturer? Try to get a warranty replacement.
    No good, the sale was final :P
    And no it was real, had hte serial code and tag and everything...

    Quote Originally Posted by Lordofthefart View Post
    Not really. It's normally not worth the fix. I suggest finding the right size for yourself and fastening it permanently. You could tie it off but I personally find that any money you spend will be a waste.
    How do I fasten it permanently??

    Quote Originally Posted by gsloh View Post
    You could try using carabiners from mountain climbing stores - just removed the broken plastic clips and its counterparts, and replace them with a carabiner.
    Hrm...will give this a try

    Quote Originally Posted by arvislancmanis View Post
    Please post a picture of broken strap

    Maybe i can help you
    Well I can't upload one right now since my memory chip is at a friend's house but basically the black clips connecting the bag and strip broke in half.

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    same thing happened to my bag, and i just used carabiners. works fine.

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    May i ask what is carabiners? Thanks...

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