Snakeskin Large Padded Oilskin Didgeridoo Bag - Double Snake

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Bag will be manufactured and delivered after the Jan 2023

Suitable for didgeridoo length up to 148cm
Suitable for didgeridoo bell diameter up to 14cm

If you are serious about looking after your instrument then you must have this bag. With this Snakeskins Oilskinbag you move into instrument quality didgeridoo care and protection.

This Snakeskin Bag features:
Total Oilskin outer shell, full length inside quilt padding, full length dacron reinforced padding, treated thread, reinforced stitching, round bottom with a stitched in single layer carpet ground protection pad, drawstring top and quality rope tied Oilskin shoulder carry strap.

This didgeridoo case is almost too comfortable for both the owner and the didgeridoo! The wide Oilskin shoulder strap is incredibly comfortable and balanced. You will be proud to own and use this bag. (Have you ordered yours yet!)

Hand made in Perth Western Australia, this bag features the finest grade famous Australian "Oilskin" outer shell.
Snakeskins "Oilskin" is a densely woven Australian 100% waxed cotton, it is; Waterproof and windproof, rot resistant, feels dry and breathes from the inside to let and keep your didgeridoo dry. Super hard wearing and cleans up to like new (even years later) with a simple dust off.

We all use snakeskins bags for our personal didgeridoos. They are safe, strong, sturdy, meticulously crafted and beautifully presented. Buy once and buy right, Snakeskins. Get yours now!

Snakeskin Large Padded Oilskin Didgeridoo Bag - Double Snake

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  • 5

    Posted by Christos on 13th Mar 2020

    Just like a great didgeridoo oilskin bag should be.

  • 5

    Posted by Troy Chapman on 5th Nov 2018

    Sanshi really looked after me and catered for a deadline I had in receiving my didgeridoo bag. Not to mention that the bag is great quality! I'd thoroughly recommend Sanshi and Didgeridoo Breath to support your didgeridoo needs anywhere in the world.

  • 5

    Posted by JEAN FRANCOIS BATT on 13th Dec 2017