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Reed Turchi's music, steeped in North Mississippi hill country blues and the desert blues of North Africa, is all about the one and the four, and how a simple, driving beat can pound you into the ground. His latest record is called Tallahatchie. Find out more at reedturchi.com.
So it's fitting that the design for his signature strap is a stark, one-color, silkscreen pattern. It was inspired by a throw rug he found at the Old Town artisan market in Tuscon, Arizona, which is right next to the birthplace of the chimichanga. It's printed on 100% cotton duck canvas with an indigo die, and accompanied by our classic soft-cotton backing, vintage-style hardware and durable leather end tabs.
2" wide / adjusts up to 65" long
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