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Big Bad Woof Co.

Handsfree Leash with Traffic Lead

Handsfree Leash with Traffic Lead

Regular price $65.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $65.00 USD
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Traffic Loop Style (see pictures)

This listing is for a handsfree leash with a built-in or removable traffic lead. The end straps are 18" and 12", style 3 has a 12" traffic lead (and the other end strap is 12"). It can be one color, or up to four different colors!

The standard length for a handsfree leash is 7ft., but it won't be the perfect length for everyone. If you don't know what length will work for you, take a fabric measuring tape or string and place one end at your hip. Take it across your body, over your shoulder, and place the other end on your dog's collar. If you want your dog to be able to lay down while wearing the leash, make sure you take the measurement while he/she is laying down. 

The available hardware choices are nickel plated trigger snaps, stainless steel bolt snaps, solid brass trigger snaps and bolt snaps, and aluminum auto-locking carabiners. Solid brass and stainless steel are rust proof, so if your leash will be repeatedly exposed to water, they would be the best hardware choices! Please note that brass will darken as it develops a patina. This is a normal occurrence and does not affect the hardware. 

To maintain, simply wipe with a wet paper towel or wash with soap and water. Avoid wetting plated hardware as it is not rust proof, and it should be dried after water exposure.


While biothane is the perfect material for dogs who are frequently exposed to water, it should not be used in chemically treated pools. Chlorine can cause the biothane to crack. Biothane should not be used with a flea collar. Collars should be removed when a topical flea treatment is administered, and may be replaced once the treatment has fully dried. As with chlorine, flea collars/treatments can cause biothane to crack. This does not happen in every instance, but be aware that it is a possibility and these things should be avoided for the longevity of your gear.

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