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Levy's Leathers Launches the Utopia Magnolia and Lawless Guitar Straps

The Lawless was inspired by the art of the North American indigenous Navajo tribe.

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Winnipeg, MB (January 5, 2018) -- Levy’s is pleased to introduce the Utopia Magnolia guitar strap MS317EM. The strap is 2 1/2” wide and adjustable from 41” to 55”. Also available in XL wich adds 12” to overall length.

Available in sand (SND) and purple (PRP).

Danica Levy: Inspired by the beautiful flower, the magnolia. I wanted to design a more gentle and feminine counterpart to the wild rose.  The pinks, purples and greens in the magnolia accomplish this.  I think this is our most feminine “pretty” strap in the 2018 collection.

Street Price: $71.99.

Levy’s is pleased to introduce the Lawless guitar strap model MS317LWS. The strap is 2 1/2” wide and adjustable from 41” to 55”. Also available in XL wich adds 12” to overall length.

Available in Black (BLK), brown (BRN), navy (NAV) and burgundy (BRG).

Danica Levy: Inspired by the art of the North American indigenous Navajo tribe. The patchwork design is simple but prominent. The earth tones of the strap are brought together in pleasing and harmonious combinations, allowing your eye to flow over the length of the strap easily and effortlessly.

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