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Ezydog Coupler Soft Touch 60cm Black

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I264199-Ezydog Coupler Soft Touch 60cm Black
I264199-Ezydog Coupler Soft Touch 60cm Black I264199-Ezydog Coupler Soft Touch 60cm Black

Product details

SKU
I264199
Material
Nylon
Pet
Dog
Dimensions
19mm x 35cm-61cm
Benefits
  • Reflective stitching
  • Proprietary Super Soft Webbing
  • Tangle-Free
  • Traffic Handle
Tethering Type
Leash Accessory
Description

Made with Ezydog’s proprietary blend of super soft, double density nylon, it is both comfortable and strong. The webbing is finished with reflective stitching for safer nighttime walks.

One side of the coupler offers an Adjustable Setting in case your Alpha needs to be out front, while the other fixed length side offers a Quick Grab Traffic Control Handle. 

Easy Tri-glide adjustment of coupler length; adjustment setting goes from 35cm to 61cm. 

 

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