Add some flair to your snare! Your snare drum doesn't have to be boring anymore! SnareFlair™  has the best quality drum strap that enhances your sound and performance. Our drum straps are made from a strong woven polyester material which is a much better quality than other stretchy mylar and nylon straps. And we carry cool colors and designs.

-Made in the U.S.A.  
-Highest-quality fabric straps  
-Does not stretch or break like other drum straps  
-Enhances the performance of your snare  
-It receives nothing but amazing 5 star reviews  
-Compliments any glass glitter, sparkle, or any type of finished drum set  
-SnareFlair™ straps also allow the snare wires to sit flatter against the head than other cords which helps against snare buzz and gives a smoother on-off action  

Your purchase includes a set of two (5/8" wide 1.6cm) TV Yellow snare drum straps. The snare wires pictured are not included.

This will make a great part for your custom drum project or restoration.

Fast shipping with same day handling and bonus guitar pick included!

Shipments make use of repurposed and recycled materials for minimal impact on the environment.

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  • Snare Drum Straps
  • Tv Yellow
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Pittsburgh, PA, United States
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