Leather scraps abound in a place that makes stuff out of leather, and rather than throw them into landfill, we asked the Sackville baggeurs to make something out of them. As luck would have it, the scraps are sized just right for shrub shriners. Many crummy bikes had these in the '40s, '50s, and '60s. Now your fantastic bike can, too.
Honey, black, or dark brown. All with a brass snap. Colors and texture may slightly vary from batch to batch.
Size: 9" x 1", big enough for any hub up to a fat-bodied Phil, but not high-center bellies of generator hubs, off of which they'd just fall and slide to the side. You can trim it to shape if you like, but this width . . . not bad.