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playing the days away Location: The Middle lands, United Kingd...
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Posted:I read about this in a post here a couple weeks ago. You should use the search button!! But anyway, the best advice I read on it was buy second hand leather trousers from a charity or thrift shop and cut them to suit your needs!
1 - Try doing a search, it should be the first thing when you have a question. 2 - I'm moving this to technical discussion as it's better off there 3 - If you're asking where you can get something it'd be helpful to know where you are yourself.
The Home of Poi shop only has nylon handles, so maybe try fire-gear as Adam makes really god stuff.
If you want to make your own fabric & leather shops usually sell cheap off cuts that are enough to make a few handles out of.
Posted:I would like to second Dom's recomendation on Fire Gear. I have a set of handles that Adam Rice made for me and they're very nice. I'm actually going to buy another set from him in the not too distant future.
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