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Strap Multi Uso - Macapart

Strap Multi Uso - Macapart

Macapart
Item number
A125170
weight (net):
0,3 kg

Please select: color

Please select: size

RRP 39,00 * From 29 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

25.64% discount
Multi Uso hip strap with 2+1 open hooks Samba Reggae / Afro Samba and Maracatu... more

Strap Multi Uso - Macapart

item number: A125170
type: hip strap
suitable for: Alfaia, Caixa matched grip, Caixa traditional grip, Repinique 2 sticks, Surdo 2 beater
padding: breathable padding
hooks: 1 open, 2 open
weight (net): 0,3 kg

Multi Uso hip strap with 2+1 open hooks
Samba Reggae / Afro Samba and Maracatu allrounder!

On this strap you can (almost) hang everything on to:
Caixa match grip, snare, repinique, surdo, even alfaias can be comfortably hooked on this hip strap. If you change instruments a lot, are wild show dancer with your drum, if you do surdo-lifting or play long parades, this strap is absolutely the right thing for you. Everything fits right, your instrument is easily strapped on and nicely padded material make it a comfy accessory companion.

Find your size:
S = from approx. 72 cm to approx. 92 cm hip circumference
M = from approx. 84 cm to approx. 104 cm hip circumference
L = from approx. 98 cm to approx. 118 cm hip circumference

 

 

 

 


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Customer reviews for "Strap Multi Uso"

(8)
10 Mar 2020
Passt perfekt, gutes Händling beim

Passt perfekt, gutes Händling beim Trommlen

22 Dec 2018

Colours not that clear as on the picture, but product is very good

14 Dec 2018

Wanted this belt for a snare and dobra ( Brasil percussion ) so needed both single and double hooks, excellent

20 Nov 2017

Not used yet, but looks better finish than the Bahia strap which failed

16 Jul 2017

great strap and good fabric

21 Jun 2017

Diferencia entre tallas pequeño. Muy buen acabado pero precio excesivo.

21 Jun 2017

La diferencia de centimetros entre tallas me parece demasido pequeño, por lo que la talla L no es realmente muy grande para una persona grande. Buen acabado. Precio excesivo aun asi.

4 Apr 2017

tres bien , conforme à mon souhait

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

"Macapart"

macapart

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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