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ESO Strap Expands Line with Bass Model

ESO Strap Expands Line with Bass Model

Their patent-pending designs are offered in seven colors and manufactured in Seattle, WA.

Seattle, WA (November 28, 2016) -- After experiencing quick success with the original ESO Strap in 2015, the company has just expanded their line with the introduction of a bass strap. Their patent-pending designs are offered in seven colors and manufactured in Seattle, WA.


  • Patent Pending - Contoured "S" shape avoids pressure points and never cuts into your neck.
  • Patent Pending - In-seam pick pockets enable you to seamlessly replace or store your collection; bypassing any interruption to the music.
  • Two smooth stop adjustors to achieve the perfect length without taking your guitar off.
  • High-density foam core for optimal comfort and minimal aesthetic.
  • Interior heavyweight backing designed for long term strength and flexibility.
  • Reinforced stitching on all critical points throughout strap.
  • 1 oz urethane DWR moisture coating to keep perspiration out.
  • Hand crafted Brazilian leather end pieces.
  • Available in left- or right-handed.

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