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Dog Leash - Tivoli Olive

€51,00

  TIVOLI dog leash was crafted by hand. It is made of robust cotton canvas and finest Italian leather. This combination together with the fine contrast stitching and the high-quality metal parts give the leash its sporty look. Its integrated intermediate rings make the leash adjustable to three different lengths...

 

TIVOLI dog leash was crafted by hand. It is made of robust cotton canvas and finest Italian leather. This combination together with the fine contrast stitching and the high-quality metal parts give the leash its sporty look. Its integrated intermediate rings make the leash adjustable to three different lengths and can be comfortably worn over the shoulder and hip during the walk.

  • robust fabric
  • high-quality leather
  • sporty look
Materials:
Canvas: 85% cotton, 15% polyester
Leather: 100% cowhide leather
Metal parts: high-quality precious metal
Care:

Delicate laundry 30 degrees (in laundry bag).

Regular greasing helps to keep the leather soft and supple.

Size: L200 cm x W2 cm

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