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Wolfgang Man & Beast Printed Webbing Collar

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    Ruff ruff. Lick lick.

    I ruff you, your pooch will be saying when you give her a Wolfgang Man & Beast Printed Webbing Collar. Actually, it's more likely that you'll love the look of this collar and she'll love it when you take her out to play. With many fun designs to choose from, there's a collar for every occasion. All the other neighborhood hounds are sure to be jealous. 

    • S: 8-12in length, 5/8in width
    • M: 12-18in length, 1in width
    • L: 18-26in length, 1in width
    • Item #WLF0003

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    Hard to see with all his fur

    But he sported this collar all the way to the top of the mountain!

    Hard to see with all his fur

    Fun and Functional

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Thank you to Backcountry.com and Wolfgang Man & Beast for hand-selecting me to review this piece of gear for the benefit of the backcountry.com community.



    The ManBeast Printed Webbing Collar is quite different than any collar we've gotten for Doc before but he likes it just fine. I'm told by people younger than me that the design is "cool" and although it's a little different in terms of patterning for what I normally would go for, the black and white design blends nicely in with his fur.



    Overall the collar is very simple and straightforward: it is a single piece of webbing that is welded into the plastic buckle. One thing that drives me nuts on some collars is when the buckle is difficult but fortunately this one snaps in smoothly and nicely. The buckle is large and easy to use even if you have gloves on. The buckle is light but seems to be holding up nicely.



    There is a single metal loop to attach a leash and dog tags to. This loop is extremely heavy and thus always ends up in the front of his neck. This is the only attachment point on the collar so all tags and the leash are attached here. Thus you always have to be careful when using a leash that you're clipping into the collar and not the dog tags. The ring has a logo star piece on it when it arrives - not sure the functionality of this as it just clangs against Doc's rabies and name tags causing more of a jingle than already exists.



    Sizing was very accurate as Doc's neck measures 16-17 inches and the medium fits well. When adjusting the collar the webbing stays nice and flat due to a flat compression slide on the collar. It is easy to adjust and size properly.

    Stylish and skunk-free!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Thank you to Backcountry.com and Wolfgang Man & Beast for hand-selecting me to review this piece of gear for the benefit of the backcountry.com community.

    The fine-lookin' black and white specimen of dogdom pictured below is my good buddy, Kimber. We received a M VertDash Grey/Black which looks pretty snazzy on my Holstein-colored pal.

    I can't say enough about the quality materials the folks at Wolfgang are using. The metal hardware appears to be powder coated and the plastic parts are robust without being overly chunky. The buckle has a subtle curve to follow the dog's neck. I like the inclusion of the tag with the Wolfgang logo, it's well-executed and looks classy.

    We did quite a bit of recreating in the name of product testing. While scouting for elk, Kimber led me through a nasty patch of weeds that left my gym shorts and her fur covered in burrs - nothing stuck to the collar though.

    I caught a nice eastern brook trout out of Revett Lake, Kimber tried to bite it while I was removing the hook. Sadly, I do not have the ensuing comedy of errors on video but I'm pleased to report that the brookie made it back to the water un-bitten and though it got covered in fish slime, the Wolfgang collar is stain and stink-free.

    Kimber has a dog house for the rare occasion that she is made to stay home. The other day she went in there only to come flying back out with a skunk on her heels. I don't know if the folks at Wolfgang Man & Beast are aware but their collars are surprisingly resistant to skunk-stench; I wish I could say the same for myself, Kimber, my pickup...

    Between the skunk, getting wet almost daily, and fish slime, the collar has been washed a few times - I'm pleased to report no wear, no fading, and no lingering odor.

    We were also given a Wolfgang Man & Beast printed webbing leash, it performs just as well as the collar and is impressively light and packable. I love the look of the Duck Lime pattern and I think another leash and collar may be in order.

    Stylish and skunk-free!