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Just Released: Limited Edition Textile and Leather Guitar Straps

Just Released: Limited Edition Textile and Leather Guitar Straps

Just Released: Limited Edition Textile and Leather Guitar Straps

January 2020

Some time in the heat of the summer of 2019, we played hooky from our normal day-to-day work tasks and ventured to the other side of the river on a little treasure hunt in search of some special textiles. We rummaged through a countless number of rolls, piles and bolts of fabric and set aside those that called out to us. Some whispered, some shouted. We are excited to introduce our limited collection of textile and leather guitar straps.

Like all of our guitar straps, these limited edition straps are made with full grain leather, selected for it's strength and durability. A high-density, premium padding is also used to maximize comfort. We give the guitarist the best of both worlds: a durable and comfortable strap with the unique personality of the textile.

Sakura: Floral brocade silk

Glitch: Speckled yellow and black wool

Chromatica: Trippy, drippy colorful cotton

Sedona: Warm red wool

Spicatum: Blue herringbone wool






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