Last modified: February 1, 2010

New Double Toe Straps

We're in a constant struggle to continue bettering our brand and products, and towards those goals we've recently we made some changes to our Double Straps that make them way way more awesome.  The best part?  The price stays as it always has been.

How are they better you ask?  Well friend, walk with me and I'll explain everything

on the left you have our new strap, on the right the old.  Just looking at the two it's easy to see that the one on the left looks alot more like leather (though they are both leather) than the one on the right.  It is thicker, has a much more supple feel, and has a nice rich texture

detail of texture

If you start comparing the backs of the straps the differences become even more glaring in the qualities of the material

and to complete the new package we've even changed the buckles to a more secure design that will yield less slippage (sp?)

So for the same old price of 35 bucks you're now getting what we feel is a better product.  The old straps worked fine, but these new ones should be way nicer!
It's a victory for the working man

 

The double clips with logos are now here as well

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