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    Each Lakota Leathers strap is made and hand assembled on the Lakota Sioux reservations in South Dakota USA, and are some of the softest, most comfortable, leather straps on the market. The Lakota Leathers cradle style banjo strap features a single "tail" section that completely encircles your banjo's pot assembly, and uses Chicago screws to secure the tail section to the main body of the strap. 54 to 68 inches total length.
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Each Lakota Leathers strap is made and hand assembled on the Lakota Sioux Indian reservations in South Dakota USA, and are some of the softest, most comfortable, leather straps on the market. The Lakota Leathers cradle style banjo strap features a single "tail" section that completely encircles your banjo's pot assembly, and uses Chicago screws to secure the tail section to the main body of the strap.

LAKOTA LEATHERS 2" BANJO CRADLE STRAP, MAHOGANY

SKU: L2BCSM

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$75 USD
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$75 USD
Each Lakota Leathers strap is made and hand assembled on the Lakota Sioux reservations in South Dakota USA, and are some of the softest, most comfortable, leather straps on the market. The Lakota Leathers cradle style banjo strap features a single "tail" section that completely encircles your banjo's pot assembly, and uses Chicago screws to secure the tail section to the main body of the strap. 54 to 68 inches total length.
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Each Lakota Leathers strap is made and hand assembled on the Lakota Sioux Indian reservations in South Dakota USA, and are some of the softest, most comfortable, leather straps on the market. The Lakota Leathers cradle style banjo strap features a single "tail" section that completely encircles your banjo's pot assembly, and uses Chicago screws to secure the tail section to the main body of the strap.