Here is my experimental Pinecone uke, Holey Moley, sporting one of the new Guatemalan cotton ukulele straps that I am now making. A few weeks ago I was excited to find a source for these fun and practical Mayan belts that I convert to straps. I announced a price of $25.00 and immediately received six orders. Just days later I located a wholesale source which reduced my cost dramatically and so I am reducing my price to $15.00. I add a sturdy leather connector to each end and you simply adjust the strap to your body size with a fold and a couple of minutes with a needle and thread.
these straps are woven by Mayan women in the mountain villages of Guatemala. Every one is different, colorful and makes a light, strong and fun addition to your ukulele world. Just order with an email or a phone call. Visa, master card, PayPal or personal check works. Add $5.00 for shipping.
Strong leather connectors attach the strap to your ukulele. Instructions for sizing the strap to you come with.
I find that a strap button at the base of the neck is the most comfortable and helpful location for the other end of the strap but some folks prefer to tie the strap to the peg head between the tuners. Either way, these straps do the job.