OOPEGG Ultrasuede® Handmade Guitar Strap

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The fiber material of OOPEGG guitar strap is consists of Ultrasuede ®, the finest suede with the supreme performance developped by TORAY Industries, Inc.
and made in Japan. Almost all materials including casting metals are also handcrafted in Japan. The OOPEGG handmade strap is both versatile and easy-care,exeptionally durable yet luxurious, modern yet classically stylish.
*This OOPEGG handmade strap is one of limited edition original goods only available for customers who purchaed OOPEGG guitars and basses and can only be found in our directly-managed stores.


  • Soft, plush suede hand.
  • Avoids sagging, crocking, pilling and shrinking
  • Easy maintenance: spot-cleanable and washable(except leather and metal parts)
  • An offensive odor cannot adhere easily
  • Solid colorfastness and hardly causing color loss
  • Responsibly engineered utilizing partially plant-based technology.(polyester ultra-fine fiber and woven scrim)
  • Highly abrasion-resistant - exceeds 200,000 Wyzenbeek double rubs.
  • The strap is wholly hand-made in Japan. No parts were imported.
Luxury and high-quality suede-tone artificial leather developped and made by TORAY Industries, Inc. in Japan. The newest generation of Ultrasuede® is now made using partially plant-based polyester. It's adopted as many luxury items including seat cover of Italian high-end morter cars.


Everyday Upkeep
A quick once-over with a lint brush will restore the sensuous nap and soft luster of Ultrasuede® strap. Periodically, it’s also recommended to vacuum the fabric and then dust it gently but thoroughly with a well-wrung damp cloth or sponge. Take care not to get the fabric too wet. Redampen your cloth or sponge in clean water, wipe again and let dry overnight. Once completely dry, rejuvenate the fabric with a gentle brushing.
Ironing and Storage of Ultrasuede® Garments
Wrinkle-resistant Ultrasuede® products almost never require ironing, but if you do iron your strap, brush the fabric with a lint brush in one direction and make sure to use a pressing cloth and to press the fabric gently, with your iron set at or below 120ºC/250ºF ("Synthetic Fabrics," "Low"). For storage after dry cleaning, wrap your strap and hang it in an insecticide- and mothball-free space on a clothes hanger or guitar case so that it maintains its shape.
Spot Cleaning
For spills, gently pat the spilled liquid with a paper towel. This will take care of most spills. For dried-in soiling, coffee stains and the like, you’ll obtain the best results by gently brushing the stained area. Vacuuming up the dried material is also effective. - If the above method doesn’t work, try wiping the stained area from the outside in with a well-wrung cloth dampened in lukewarm water (about 105ºF/40ºC).
- It’s important to make sure you keep a clean area of the cloth applied to the stain and that you not rub the fabric too hard.
- If the surface nap looks tousled, brush it gently.
- After wiping up, allow the fabric to dry completely before using.
Oil-Based Stains Not Removable with Water
- Try to wipe up oily stains as much as possible—without spreading the stain—with a dry cloth or paper towel.
- Next, take two rags, one soaked in ethyl alcohol, the other clean and dry. Pat the stained area from the outside in with the alcohol-soaked cloth, then pat the loosened dirt and oil off with the dry cloth.
- Repeat depending on degree of soiling.
- After removing the stain, let the fabric dry completely before using.
Caution: Never pour a cleaning product directly onto Ultrasuede®. If you use ethyl alcohol, make sure the room is well-ventilated and avoid contact with open flames.
Chewing Gum and Wax
Put ice in a plastic bag and place on the stain. Once the material hardens, gently chip it away and then treat with ethyl alcohol. Rinse with clean water.
Stubborn Stains
Try repeating the treatments described above; even stains that are not water-soluble often require subsequent treatment with water.
Old Stains of Unknown Origin
First treat with lukewarm water, then rinse by blotting with clean water. If the stain begins to dissolve, repeat the treatment as often as necessary and let dry thoroughly. If staining persists, try treating with ethyl alcohol.
※Stain Removal Charts
Water:Bevarages(Coffee, Carbonated beverage, Wine, Liquor etc.), Seasoning(Soy Sauce, Ketchup, Steak Sauce etc.), Perspiration
Ethyl Alcohol:Mayonnaise, Salad Oil, Chocolate, Butter, Cosmetics(Face Cream, Lipstick, Suntan Oil/Lotion, Foundation), Shoe Polish, Machine Oil