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Hip strap 2 hooks - breathable padding - Macapart

Hip strap 2 hooks - breathable padding - Macapart

Macapart
Item number
A125100
weight (net):
0,2 kg

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Samba Reggae and Afro Samba hip strap, breathable padding fabric   Padded hip... more

Hip strap 2 hooks - breathable padding - Macapart

item number: A125100
type: hip strap
suitable for: Caixa matched grip, Repinique 2 sticks, Surdo 2 beater
padding: breathable padding
hooks: 2 open
weight (net): 0,2 kg

Samba Reggae and Afro Samba hip strap, breathable padding fabric

 

Padded hip strap with 2 open hooks for caixa match grip, snare, Samba Reggae and Afro Style repinique and surdo, zabumba. With a breathable padding.

 

Practical, easy to use and to adjust:
The open hook system is the most common one in Brazil and especially handy for fast instrument change.

 


Ratings 11
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Customer reviews for "Hip strap 2 hooks - breathable padding"

(11)
27 Oct 2019
Kalango, jederzeit gerne!

Toller Gürtel und sehr angenehmes Tragegefühl! Durch die zwei Haken klappt auch das Wechseln echt schnell.

Auch mal ein Dankeschön an Kalango für den 1a Kundenservice!

28 Mar 2019

We have ordered several of the various Kalango straps and all are excellent

3 Nov 2018

Würde den Gurt weiterempfehlen.

3 Apr 2018

Awesome product, I highly recommended. Happy with my purchased.

1 Feb 2018

Macapart Gurte sind langlebig und gut gemacht. Trommelwechsel ist flott möglich.

24 Nov 2017

confortable, robuste et agréabe

11 Nov 2017

have rated - won't submit

11 Sep 2017

Très bien, super matière, juste le flex nécessaire

14 Jun 2017

Sangle testée et approuvée par nos joueuses de surdos

25 May 2017

Sehr gute feste Qualität.

16 Dec 2016

Comportable but it would be a bit long.

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Zeca MACAPART played percussion with Monobloco and repinique in various Samba schools... more

"Macapart"

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Zeca MACAPART played percussion with Monobloco and repinique in various Samba schools for many years. He couldn´t find any high quality straps for carrying the instruments in any of the music shops, so he decided to make his own. Shoulder straps, hip straps, special edition straps:

Since then, creative and stylish solutions for carrying your percussion instrument are made in Rio!

macapart-2Logical and nice design, high quality material and perfect manufacturing displays the MACAPART straps made in Rio de Janeiro. All straps are tested in Rio´s sambascene, and only the ones that pass the test concerning aesthetics, comfort and durability, actually go into production.

MACAPART also stands for top-class caixas and repiniques.


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