There are a lot of straps out there and knowing how to choose can proove difficult. First, what makes a really good strap? It has: to be though, to fit all of my insruments, to be waterproof, to be long enough to adjust to different playing positions, to stay in place for as long as possible, to be easy on my shirts and to not let the instrument move too much. The fender cheap strap that I have presented in my previous posts [http://single-coil.weebly.com/home/the-fender-pick-n-strap-price-7], was not the best, as the holes in it got loose and I couldn't use it without a Dunlop strap lock . If you do not want this to happen to you to, you should use a leather strap. Even if they are expensive, they do last a lot and therefore do not end up all that loose. Or do they? From what I know in general leather does mold, but you do not necessary have to have leather where the strap meets the instrument. Now, what was good about my strap was that it had a pick pocket. If I could choose a strap regardless of the budget it would be the MONO Betty [https://monocreators.com/products/the-betty-black-short], as it is really a professional. With something cheaper in mind, I would go for the Fender Ball Glove Leather strap which is 44$ at Thomann [https://www.thomann.de/gb/fender_leather_straps.html?oa=pra].