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Surdo MAX strap system - standard M - L - Ivsom

Surdo Naturfell 16'' - Aluring Ivsom A112316

Surdo MAX strap system - standard M - L - Ivsom

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Surdo MAX strap system - standard M - L - Ivsom

item number: A112316
head by instrument: Surdo
size: 16"
Type: hide head - alu rim

Crossed shoulder strap harness system for heavy or larger instruments: effective, comfortable and flexible

The ultimate strap system for all body shapes and sizes, individually adjustable strap system for sambistas from S-XXL, particularly suitable for large or heavy instruments such as surdos and timbals or for players who appreciate an even distribution of the instrument's weight to relieve the strain on the back, shoulders and hips. A high-quality and lightweight strap with a wide range of functions!
 

  • even weight distribution
  • available in individual sizes
  • more stability especially when moving around
  • flexible adjustability: the harness system can be adjusted to any body shape and size
  • unrestricted chest space when playing (more playing comfort especially for the ladies, and you can still see the band logo on your T-shirt!)
  • made of quality materials


Especially suitable for:
Surdos, timbals but also for snares and repiniques. Besides Samba instruments, you can also use the harness for djembés.

Take your time to adjust the strap:
The strap has to be adjusted when you put it on for the first time and occasionally readjusted. The shoulder straps, the hip belt and the back diamond should fit comfortably when under load and should not be too tight. Once the harness is adjusted, your samba fun is unstoppable.

Finding the right size:
MAX harness sizes are unisex, following the US standard S-XXL.
The basis is the body length for a normal slim figure:

S: 1.50 to 1.60 cm
M-L: 1.60 to 1.75 cm
XL: 1.80 to 1.90 cm
XXL: 1.90 cm or larger

However, the straps must also grow in width, they do not only refer to body length.

Examples:
S: 1.60 cm but a bit curvier: M-L
M-L: 1.62 cm but very slim: S
M-L: 1.68 cm but slightly big: M-L
M-L: 1.65 cm but quite big: XL
M-L: 1.72 cm but somewhat big: XL
XL: 1.85 cm but rather big: XXL
XXL: 1.90 cm but rather big: XXXL

Note for adult sizes:
The breast circumference of the ladies does not play a role in the choice of size as the MAXGurt shoulder straps run down on both sides along the breast.
A larger belly circumference also does not play a major role in the standard MAXGurt model, as the carabiner straps run along the side of it.

Note for children's sizes:
All straps of the harness can be shortened continuously, i.e. a size S can be made as small as needed. Any excess strap bits can be tucked away or flamed off.



Note about spare parts:

We recommend that you always purchase spare parts of the same brand as your instrument to ensure fit and function. We cannot assume any warranty for different-brand combinations. If you are looking for a spare part that you cannot find on our site, please contact us!


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