Indiana Jones | Bag Strap

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Weather resistant, tough latigo leather with a custom made slide adjuster. Easy instructions for installing on your bag are included. 




Regular length fits people under 6' tall, XL length fits people over 6' tall.

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  • 5
    Great Strap!

    Posted by Dr. Indiana Alec on 27th Oct 2015

    Very well made and very authentic looking strap. I feel like this strap can definitely take a lot of constant use. I've used it every day for about two weeks and it just looks and feels perfect. It looks just like the actual strap from Raiders of the Lost Ark and I'm very happy with this product!

  • 5
    Great strap!

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jun 2015

    Really great strap. Can't wait to put it to use!

  • 5
    Great Bag Strap.

    Posted by Jimmy Smith on 19th Jan 2015

    Nice leather strap well worth the price, I am 5'7 and got the small strap and it lay's the buckle right where Indy wears his.

  • 5
    Great Bag Strap with a SA look!

    Posted by Bryan Long on 21st Oct 2014

    I ordered the longer strap (72inch) I am 6'2'' and this strap just about fits perfect where as the front buckle just about sits dead center of my chest. There is plenty of more room for adjusting it longer, but the buckle will be too low to really be seen while wearing a jacket.
    The strap itself seems to be made well. Though the buckle does leave a etched line in the belt itself. So if you want to adjust it keep in mind that just about everywhere you adjust it to the buckle will leave a mark. Not really a big deal to me. Todd does offer a different buckle for this strap that seems to be more rounded than flat and may stop the etching or scaring. I can't confirm this yet as to I didn't order one YET. Now the buckle is riveted on and can be drilled out. So if you want to change out the buckle you can do 2 things.

    1. Remove the rivet and change the buckle out with the new one. Below I have found a Screw rivet like the one on the other end of the buckle.

    I haven't done any measurements or real research on this process yet. I just wanted to show that there are options to the rivet problem on reattaching if you are looking to do this yourself. The rivet is hidden behind the buckle so it is never seen. Just scratch it up with some fine sandpaper to age it a bit. Or just take it to a professional to get it replaced.

    2. Just flip the strap around so the adjustment is in the back instead of the front. Now just slide the new buckle in the front where you want it then reattach the strap to the bag. It will just be used to capture the right placement of the buckle for keeping the buckle in the center of the chest.
    Just and option.

    Overall a great product and reproduction of Indy;s bag strap :)

  • 5

    Posted by John on 6th Oct 2014

    Perfect bag strap. I plan on using it everyday!

  • 5
    Great looking

    Posted by Oskar on 25th Sep 2014

    I'm about 190com (about 6'3") so I bought the longer strap and I really like it. It's a great quality strap at a good price, Todd has done it again! All hail Todd!
    Swedish: Om ni funderar på att beställa hem till Sverige - gör det. För mig tillkom det dock en tullavgift på ca 300:- (Norra norrland) men det är inte så farligt. Anyway, thank's again Mr. Coyle!

  • 5
    Strap is working great

    Posted by Todd Beaubouef on 30th Aug 2014

    So far I took this on our trip to Tennessee and it worked great as both a prop and a good bag to hold all our stuff needed. Lots of questions as well.

  • 2
    I wish I were happy with this...

    Posted by Robert on 10th Jun 2014

    I suspect I must be the only person who has had this problem- I just got a chance to open up my strap that arrived a day or so ago, and while it did look wonderful... As soon as I began flexing it (lightly) to loosen it up, between my thumbs, I found the leather ranged from good and thick, to rather thin and flimsy feeling. Worse, when I got near the far end, I found a slit or crack in the leather about six inches from the end, which, from looking at the edge, seems to go halfway through. This is a strap for looking at on a costume, not for hard work... it won't last long under use. I'll buy from this place in the future, but wish I had gotten my money's worth *this* time.

  • 5
    It's a great product and very authentic.

    Posted by Ken on 9th Jun 2014

    No complaints with this one. A suggestion to all purchasers of this leather bag strap- please leather dress it before using, or bending it. The leather is tough and needs some moisturizing. Once you do this you'll have no problems and long life with this. Just make to sure to leather dress it before it starts cracking.