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>>SSH//MJL&lt&lt Python and Leather Boot Strap #2

>>SSH//MJL&lt&lt Python and Leather Boot Strap #2

This listing is for a OOAK collaboration between myself, Silver Stallion Handamde, and Jean of Mean Jean's Leather. We will have many more pieces offered in the new year, but all of our collaborations sold out in one show, so these two sample straps are your only chance until then!

Handmade leather boot straps made by Jean have tons of beautiful details, that are both aesthetically pleasing and made to keep these straps structurally sound and last a lifetime. Double bands of leather lacing holds in place one of my handmade Python Protection Conchos. This concho is made of nickel and sterling silver, with hand stamped detailing, and a piece of Ball Python shed underneath a glass stone, for extra shine and durability. Thick leather in the front and the back make these incredibly comfortable to wear, and they move effortlessly with you. An incredibly sturdy silver chain clasps onto the jump ring for easy on and off wear. This strap has been made with a closure in the back so it can be adjusted to fit your boots width.

Look like the toughest, coolest kid in town wearing these incredibly special, unique boot straps.
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  • Details

    The front band of the strap measures roughly 8 1/2" across and is 1 1/8" thick.
    The Python Concho measures 1 3/4" across and just shy of 1 1/8" tall.
    The back band of the strap measures 1/2" thick and measures 6 1/4" across at the smallest adjustment and 10 1/2" at its widest (if you want to use the strap for more than just your boots!).
    The whole boot strap can measure roughly between and 16 1/4" to 20 1/2" around, making it best for women's thicker motorcycle/cowboy boots, or a man's boot. Every boot is different though, so please double check to ensure this will fit yours properly!
    The chain strap measures 8" long from where it attaches on the side jump ring to the end of the clasp, please let me know if you need this shortened upon ordering.

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