Killspencer Cobra Dog Collar

May 16, 2017

Category: Gear

Los Angeles based luxury design studio Killspencer has a pretty simple proposition when it comes to gear for your dog; Man’s best friend deserves man’s best products. As a result, we have the Killspencer Dog Collar.

This top quality collar uses the best materials out there for the simplest, most striking look possible. Killspencer uses a thick, black bullhide leather for the body of the restraint while they opt for a Cobra clip as a fastener along the front – a secure clip that can be unlatched with ease but’s still capable of holding against hundreds of pounds of force. And when you’re ready to take Fido for a walk, just attached the leash to black metal d-ring hon the backside of the collar. All of this means you’ll be getting a collar that not only looks great, but it operates perfectly, too. If this doesn’t quite catch your fancy, check out the brand’s entire line of K9 friendly products.

Purchase: $95


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