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Dog Leash - Olympiapark Forrest

€49,00

Size: L200 cm x W2 cm The Olympiapark dog leash with triple length adjustment can be carried both ways, in the hand as well as particularly comfortably over the shoulder. It impresses with its sporty style in either forest or earth tones. The double-sided jacquard webbing band with a stripe...

Size: L200 cm x W2 cm

The Olympiapark dog leash with triple length adjustment can be carried both ways, in the hand as well as particularly comfortably over the shoulder. It impresses with its sporty style in either forest or earth tones. The double-sided jacquard webbing band with a stripe effect on one side and woven pattern on the other side is pleasantly easy-care and is completed with butter-soft suede and sturdy metal parts to form this beautiful dog leash.

  • Sporty dog leash in great colours
  • Adjustable length
  • Handmade in Italy
Material:
Material: 80% nylon, 20% polyester
Leather: soft suede leather
Care:

Delicate cycle at 30 degrees in a bag

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