Lakota Leathers banjo straps are unique. Our cradle straps feature a single "tail" section that completely encircles your banjo's pot assembly. This tail section is 48" long. Two Chicago screws are used to secure the tail section to the 36" main body of the strap. We suggest putting a drop of clear fingernail polish into the female end of the Chicago screw when you get it adjusted where it is comfortable. This will help secure the screws. Watch the video to the right to see exactly how one of our straps attaches to your banjo.
They use only native leathers which have been used by the Lakota people for milenia. Bison (American buffalo) and Elk are their leathers of choice. These leathers are extremely supple and provide for unsurpassed comfort no matter what instrument you play.
Lakota Leathers resonator straps are the most comfortable you'll ever own! They're crafted from the finest American Bison hide, one of the most durable leathers known. Besides being so durable, the leather is the softest, most supple you will ever feel. From the first time you attach one of these fine straps, you'll be convinced you made the best possible choice!
Each strap features a unique double "Chicago
screw" headstock connection to ensure the security of your valuable
instrument. This assures that there are no metal or plastic parts protruding to
scratch your guitar. While there are several "quick disconnect"
systems on the market, we strongly believe they are not rugged enough to
prevent the possibility of failure or scratching. We suggest Lakota Leathers
straps be left attached, and simply tucked under the headstock when the
instrument is in its case.
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