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QiruIXinXi Nylon Adjustable Cloth Guitar Strap, Universal Stripe

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Product description

Specification:
Material: Nylon Cloth 
Optional Color: Gold Black, Gold Green
Length Max: 126cm/49.61in(Approx.)
Package List:
1 * Guitar Strap
1 * String
Note:
1. Please allow 1-3cm error due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understanding.
2. Monitors are not calibrated same, item color displayed in photos may be showing slightly different from the real object. Please take the real one as standard.

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