Reduced Price: $10.47-$12.17 (MSRP: $20.95–$24.25)
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The revolutionary Soft Sax Strap actually helps reduce uncomfortable neck and shoulder pressure, fatigue and bounce. The innovative design incorporates neoprene with a comfort-stretch backing.
The revolutionary Soft Sax® Strap actually helps reduce uncomfortable neck and shoulder pressure, fatigue and bounce. The innovative design incorporates neoprene with a comfort-stretch backing. This combination allows the weight of your instrument to be evenly distributed over a larger area on your neck and shoulders while absorbing the shock of your movements. This is how the Soft Sax® Strap makes your instrument feel 50% lighter and 100% more comfortable. You’ll definitely feel the difference!
|Hook||Appropriate For||Break Strength*|
|Swivel hook||Popular option with closed design. Great for students as it offers added security. Strong enough to even carry a Baritone Sax.||Hook breaks at about 125 pounds (56 kg).|
|Open hook||Ideal for musicians doubling. This non-marring glass-filled plastic hook is a very durable open hook design.||Hook breaks at about 75 pounds (34 kg).|
|Plastic-covered metal hook||Ideal for instruments with small eyelets, i.e. clarinet, English horn, oboe, bassoon, etc. Also great for quick instrument changes at gigs.||Hook starts to bend open at about 75 pounds (34 kg).|
|Loop||Truly unique design offers non-marring locking system for small eyelets and/or heavy instruments. Great for students or musicians in marching bands as it offers the ultimate in security and flexibility.||Quick disconnect fails at about 145 pounds (66 kg).|
* All break strengths are static loads measured in tension. Side loading on any of the hooks can reduce the break strength substantially.
The Soft Sax® Strap is also available with a loop connector that offers an alternative to a traditional hook attachment.
How to Attach a Loop Strap
1. Thread loop through connection point on instrument.
2. Thread the quick disconnect through the loop.
3. Pull on the quick disconnect to tighten knot.
4. Attach to strap.
My son is a 6th grade sax player. Is the Junior the appropriate size strap for him or a regular?
The best way to determine sizes is to measure the distance from the back of the neck to where you want the strap to connect to the instrument. Then compare your measurement to the measurements under the "Specifications" tab.