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Sold exclusively online, Snooze Strap was developed by a husband and wife team to answer a question many couples face -- can partners sleep together peacefully for the rest of their life even as their sleep habits change?
The traditional helmet comes fitted with two straps, the leather strap and one made of webbing, which is normally saved for situations of public order.
People who wear our knee strap have instability in their kneecap," Dailey says.
50) goes from backpack to duffel with shoulder strap and handle for an overnight trip or team practice.
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Today's pro photographers shoot in more crowded, dynamic settings and need a camera strap that not only protects their camera, but also deploys quickly to capture the shot as it happens.
DON'T JUST TOSS THE STRAPS INTO THE RACK AND SO ON YOUR WAY.
The new graphic designs are offered on high quality cotton guitar straps and jacquard woven synthetic saxophone straps, all manufactured with the highest attention to detail and an emphasis on providing quality products at prices affordable to all.
He must have been successful because minutes later Berry emerged with a safety-pinned strap and a pale scarf casually draped over her shoulders.
From left: Diorific Rubber watches, pounds 395, Christian Dior (for stockists, call 0870 780 2046); silver Rotary watch, pounds 165, John Lewis; rectangle face silver link strap watch, pounds 34.
Riddell's Hitter and XForce shoulder pads for youth players include features such as closed-cell foam for added protection, removable body for maintenance and cleaning and cantilevered strap attaches to pad body with velcro.
Also included with this kit is a 1 3/4-in x 20-ft nylon ratchet strap with a fixed 2-in snap hook.