Comfort Strapp – the best guitar strap I’ve found!
These are the coolest and best guitar straps I’ve been able to find, especially if you play heavy basses or guitars. The two ends are constructed of the typical webbed strap with leather ends, so there’s nothing too special about them – it’s the middle of the strap that makes all the difference. The middle uses a thick swath of neoprene (the stuff of wetsuits) but its inherent “bounciness” is tempered by its attachment to a fixed-length strap of webbing. So it has a little bounce, but not too much. Having just enough shock absorption makes it comfortable; it makes heavy basses and guitars seem lighter. But by controlling the stretch factor, it doesn’t bounce all over the place – your instrument stays where it belongs. The neoprene also has enough friction against most clothes to keep it from sliding; so the Comfort Strapp is the most controlled, best strap I’ve tried.
Read more about them at Comfortstrapp.com.
Note: I am not a paid endorser of Comfort Strapp.