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    Black Rapid Straps - Sport or Cargo?

    I am looking to get a Black Rapid strap, but am undecided which one to get, either the RS-5 Cargo, or the RS-Sport2.

    Do you think I will use the storage space?

    Are the Cargo spaces removeable if I don't need them?

    Is there enough room for a phone, wallet, battery and memory cards?
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    I have the cargo and I regret getting it tbh. Not the strap but with the pockets, they are quite bulky and you can't remove them without unpicking it.

    There is plenty of space, there is a phone pocket and two small zip pockets for small change/cc and memory cards. You couldn't fit your wallet in.

    I don't usually go out without some kind of bag, so it was a bit pointless.

    Just my two cents. I don't think the Sport one has any pockets at all, if it had just a thin zip pocket for cards it would be perfect!
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    I recently bought the RS-Sport 2 - I am still waiting for it.

    I thought the underarm strap was more important than the extra pockets.
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    I've both, I much prefer the sport too.
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