Gecko Leather Works Unveils Classic Series Straps

Each strap is handmade, adjustable, and available in standard 2 1/2", 3", or vintage styles.

South Milwaukee, WI (February 16, 2021) -- Gecko Leather Works has introduced the new Classic Series line of guitar straps, designed to provide years of use and comfort. Each 2-ply genuine leather strap is handmade and adjustable; select from Gecko’s standard 2 1/2“, 3” or vintage styles.

Standard strap features:

  • Offered in either 2 ½ “or 3”
  • Available in a variety of colors, sewn with high quality contrasting stitching
  • A lightly textured leather backing enables the guitar to move as you do
  • Length adjusts from 46” to 56” – custom lengths also available

Vintage strap features:

  • Each 1” strap includes a stylish 3-piece buckle set (buckle, tip and strap keeper) normally found on high-end leather belts – available in 2 different styles
  • The shoulder pad offers maximum comfort with its extra padding on the back and a generous 14" x 3 1/4" size
  • Available in a variety of colors, sewn with high quality contrasting stitching
  • Adjusts from 47" to 52" – custom lengths also available

All straps are made with the traditional hole and slit for straplocks, unless otherwise specified. Gecko is able to accommodate Schaller or Dunlop straplocks and can make a 3/8” hole as requested.

The classic series line is available for $70-$80 (shipping included within the U.S.). Looking for something more custom? Gecko does that too! Buy direct and see all of Gecko’s straps and more at

Your favorite guitar should hang in style!

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Gecko Leather Works

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