binding strap, (noun); a strap 3/4 inches wide and 18 inches long commonly used for binding the wrists and/or ankles of prisoners and slaves.
The golden straps she had used to simulate the footwear which she had worn on Earth were golden binding straps. They were the nearest thing she could find, within her limited resources, I gathered, to what she had worn in the restaurant. I did not object. They resembled somewhat, and well suggested, that footwear. Such straps, incidentally, are commonly used to bind the hands and feet of women. Sometimes, if it amused me, I could tie her in them.
Book 16, Guardsman of Gor: Page 237