Designed and handmade by the Oglala Sioux in the Pine Ridge Oglala Lakota reservation. 20% of proceeds will go directly to the Oglala Sioux Tribe to support their communities.
All Lakota Leathers guitar straps are made from Bison (American Buffalo) leather. These straps work great for both acoustic and electric guitars. Each strap has a 36" main body and a 24" tail section. These pieces weave together to create an approximate maximum length of 58" and a minimum length of 37". Of course, they are completely adjustable. Our 3" straps are especially nice for electric guitar, or anyone with a heavy instrument. Bison leather is incredibly supple, yet will support the heaviest electric guitar. These straps are very strong yet can be rolled up and tucked away right under your headstock or case pocket. You simply have to feel one of our buffalo hide straps in order to appreciate them! These are the softest most comfortable straps you will use. 100% satisfaction guaranteed!
About Lakota Leathers
Lakota Leathers was founded in 2008 by Kenny Bohling of Sevierville TN.It all started after hearing Marty Stuart's song "Three Chiefs" on our local radio station WDVX, in Knoxville TN. The song tells the story of three of the great Lakota Sioux Chiefs of the past. After hearing the song, Kenny purchased the Badlands CD on which the song can be found. The song inspired Kenny to make his first trip to South Dakota with a load of used blankets from local motels to help the impoverished people of the Pine Ridge Indian reservation near Rapid City South Dakota.After seeing first hand the poverty of the reservation, Kenny wanted to do more to help. Realizing that he had owned an American Bison hide banjo strap for over 25 years, Kenny knew that the Lakota people could make these fine straps.Years later, Lakota Leathers is now a reality and produces guitar, banjo, mandolin, and resophonic guitar straps.
Weight: 0.6 lbs
Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 1.5 in.
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