This unique fair-trade Amazon Mandolin or Banjo Strap was hand-made by a native artisan from the Ampiyacu region of the Peruvian Amazon. This strap is sturdy, comfortable and flexible. It is woven from one-inch wide chambira palm fiber attached to a quality brass-plated buckle so its length can be adjusted from 39 to 46 inches to fit the musician's style and height. Both ends are tightly sewn to a black leather tab that could be adapted to attach it to a mandolin or banjo. This is a perfect strap for musicians who want to show their appreciation and support for native culture and the environment. This model was designed by Bora artisans to represent the "loro machaco" (literally parrot snake) known in English as the emerald tree boa - one of the beautiful snakes that moves around the branches of trees in the Amazon rainforest. Each strap comes with a tag listing the artisan's name and community and the plants they used to make it.