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Djembe Goat Skins doumbek Drumgoatskins, top quality from Africa, Guinea, Mali, and Pakistan. Goat skin for doumbeks and hoop drums!


Djembe Drum Goat Skins from Mali - Hair on

Medium to large goat skins, medium thickness generally. Two small Djembe drum heads or one large drum head in each goatskin.
Beautiful colors; predominately white and brown, some black, mottled, pinto, red or yellowish brown with dark accents.

These goat skins are selected early in the morning at the Bamako market. This selection is based on thickness, rejecting any skin with any faults such as cuts, holes, scars or buttons. At our workshop, skins are than cleaned of extra meat, grease, blood and soil and disinfected to kill bacteria. During the sun drying process, the skins are stretched to remove wrinkles. After drying, the outside parts are cut away and skins are stocked for International shipment.


Clean goat skin, with no dust or residue. Specify color and thickness preference on ordering.


These are the tough, beautiful African djembe goat skins that produce those firecracker slaps and clear tones you've longed for!



Never replaced a natural goat skin drum head before?
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for full instructions, tips for use, and photos!

African djembe drum Goat Skins heads hand selected skived, shaved, and with hair from the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, and Pakistan. Calf skin for doumbeks and hoop drums

Top quality African Mali female goat skins!

Medium to large goat skins, medium thickness generally.Beautiful colors; white and black, mottled, pinto, red or yellowish brown with dark accents.

These goat skins are selected early in the morning at the Bamako market. This selection is based on thickness, rejecting any skin with any faults such as cuts, holes, scars or buttons. At our workshop, skins are than cleaned of extra meat, grease, blood and soil and disinfected to kill bacteria. During the sun drying process, the skins are stretched to remove wrinkles. After drying, the outside parts are cut away and skins are stocked for International shipment.

 Hand selected skin for your preferences- each  Buy five goat skins at a time  Stock up with ten goat skins
 $25.00  $100  $185






Mali African goat skins hand skived

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Shaved Mali Djembe Goat Skins

the same great skins as at top, clean coarse shaved skins ready to head your drum.
     Now only $27.00!

*Note: For $5 extra (select option while ordering) you can get
hand selected hides with spots that carry through on to the skin! You have to sand them gently to preserve the spots!



 Hand selected for your preferences- each  Buy five goat skins at a time  Stock up with ten  Five Spotted skins  Ten Spotted skins
 $27.00  $110  $200  $130  $230





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pakistan shaved goat skin, drum skins for doumbeks and hoop drums

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NEW    Goatskins direct from Pakistan

I've established direct connections with several Pakistan goat skin suppliers!
These are mainly used for doumbeks,
but I order large heavy weight goat skins for hoop drums and tie dying.
Available in 2" increments from 8" to 22"
Inquire for Quantity discounts on orders over $200
[ CALL 715-263-2756 ]




African djembe drum Goat Skins heads hand selected skived, shaved, and with hair from the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, and Pakistan. Calf skin for doumbeks and hoop drums African djembe drum Goat Skins heads hand selected skived, shaved, and with hair from the Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, and Pakistan. Calf skin for doumbeks and hoop drums


People sometimes ask me, "Are these animals raised humanely using cruelty free methods?"

Both the goat skins from Pakistan and Africa come from cultures for which goats are the main source of meat and milk. As such they are treated as valuable assets for a family, and are generally freely grazed. They aren't killed for their skin, generally for meat and ceremonial use...nearly every cultural event requires a goat be killed and eaten to verify the importance of the event. In my book this is humane..they are neither kept confined, made to suffer, or disrespected...they are valuable parts of an agrarian culture and all parts are used.



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