Dog Days Straps Releases Tie-Dye Velvet Guitar and Uke Straps

Each strap comes packaged with a custom Dunlop sharp guitar pick, a full-color postcard, and a headstock tie for acoustic guitars.

Santa Cruz, CA (February 17, 2015) -- Staying true to the company’s reputation for manufacturing premium vintage-inspired straps, Dog Days has just released a new set of psychedelic, hand dyed, tie-dye velvet guitar and uke straps. These soft and colorful straps are available in 2-inch width ($74.99) and 3-inch width ($94.99) for guitar players, and 1.5-inch width ($54.99) for ukulele players.

Dog Days delivers thick, bold and luxurious handmade guitar straps and ukulele straps at affordable prices. Each strap features world-class designer fabric, metal hardware, single-piece die cut leather end-tabs and a strong polypropylene interior. Each strap also comes packaged with a custom Dunlop sharp guitar pick, a full color postcard and a headstock tie for acoustic guitars.

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