Vegan guitar straps. Does it get any better? Yeah, it does. When they’re eco-friendly and upcycled and vegan guitar straps. Here are the best we found.
Just as there are guitar gods, so there must be a guitar strap god. If this person exists, he may very well be Dan Perkins of Couch Guitar Straps. Dan upcycles used seatbelts, vintage auto upholstery and vinyl, and other used materials to create truly unique guitar straps. No matter your musical proclivities, you’ll be sure to find the perfect style to suite your needs.
Here’s Dan giving a tour of Couch’s production headquarters in Long Beach, California:
Couch strives to use at least 25% recycled materials in their straps. Their guitar straps have vegan, non-leather ends, and they’re all handmade in Long Beach, California. Couch also designs a range of other really cool upcycled accessories, including vegan belts, vegan camera straps, vegan wallets, and more.
Couch has so many cool upcycled auto upholstery guitar straps, that you just have to check out their Etsy store to see them all. Some of the vintage materials include:
This Jimi Hendrix-style guitar strap is made from woven jacquard trim, recycled seat belt webbing, and recycled auto upholstery vinyl.
And lucky for us, there are other cool brands making great vegan guitar straps!
Eli Creates designs a variety of eco-friendly and vegan guitar straps made from re-used fabric and upcycled seat belts.
We were happy to see Onori, which makes guitar straps out of leather, introduce a vegan, non-leather “cowless” line. This style is dark brown faux suede.
This unique vegan guitar strap by Recycled Vegan and TuC has an upcycled inner tube backing and cork front. It’s the perfect combination of upcycled materials plus natural, sustainable materials. And the “recycled Vegan” emblem is pretty sweet too. The company makes a number of other cool upcycled accessories that you’ll have to check out in their Etsy store.