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Dog Collar Riverside Park Camel

€29,00

RIVERSIDE PARK dog collar was crafted by hand. A particularly soft and sturdy greased leather was used to give the collar its elaborate braiding detail, while the high quality metal adds to its refined look. Over time, the oiled leather develops a distinctive natural patina. high-quality leather handcrafted organic patina...

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RIVERSIDE PARK dog collar was crafted by hand. A particularly soft and sturdy greased leather was used to give the collar its elaborate braiding detail, while the high quality metal adds to its refined look. Over time, the oiled leather develops a distinctive natural patina.

  • high-quality leather
  • handcrafted
  • organic patina
Materials:
Leather: genuine cowhide leather
Care:

Regular greasing helps to keep the leather soft and supple.

Size: 

XS: Neck size: 27-32 cm, Collar width 1,4 cm

S: Neck size: 31-36 cm, Collar width 1,4 cm 

M: Neck size: 35-41, Collar width 1,6 cm

L: Neck size: 40-46, Collar witdh 1,6 cm

XL: Neck size: 45-51, Collar witdh 1,9 cm

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