D&H Rolled Leather Slip Lead
Our classic rolled leather dog slip lead, in traditional or vibrant contemporary colours, handmade in England.
The thickness (gauge) is 10mm, constructed with a 6mm pre-stretched polyester cord around which we wrap, glue and stitch the soft leather. The internal rope is made for sheet and halyard use by yachtsmen - which means it won't rot if it gets wet, and has excellent strength and durability and a tensile strength into the hundreds of kilograms.
The length of the lead on an average size Labrador, for example, is about 80 - 90 cm from the nape of the neck to the start of the handle (overall length of the lead is taken up by the neck size. So, on a Springer Spaniel, the length to the handle will be longer than if the lead is used, for example, on a dog with a thicker collar/neck).
Originally available in Brown or Tan with brass O-ring, now also available in Pink, Blue, Yellow, Green, Red, Orange and Black with silver O-ring. (The silver O-ring is nickel-plated brass.)
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Rolled leather to protect the coat and prevent knots from forming
Soft smooth leather for your dog's comfort
Internal rope cord is extra strong and will not rot if it gets wet
Leather is a natural product so won't irritate sensitive skin
Handmade in London at our studio
Stitched, NOT riveted - true craftsmanship
Stitching is Lifetime Guaranteed - unrivalled service
Extra strong for durability - so you don't have to go to the trouble and expense of replacing your dog's collar after a short time
Have a question or special requirement? simply ring our studio on 020 7018 0175
Colour-fast fine European leather, battle-tested against the elements, long-lasting
Solid brass or nickel-plated brass fittings to ensure strength of the collar and security of your dog
Soft leather handle is comfortable to hold and handle
Please note: leather is a natural product. To ensure its durability, allow to air-dry completely before re-use if your lead/collar gets wet. Do not allow the leather to come into contact with the chemicals from commercially-available flea spot-on treatments. This will damage the leather and may cause the dye to run.