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Wolfgang Man & Beast Printed Webbing Leash

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    Wag that tail—your dog, not you. Unless you want to.

    As if your furry companion needed another reason to get pumped for a walk. The Wolfgang Man & Beast Printed Webbing Leash with have your pooch wagging his tail double-time. 

    • Item #WLF0004

    Tech Specs

    Dimensions
    [length] 4 ft, [length 6 ft
    Recommended Use
    dog casual

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    Mountain Top Joy

    Love how light and small this folds up - perfect for carrying in the hip belt of my pack. I quickly grab it right before we get to a summit or busy part of the trail to ensure Doc is on a leash when it matters!

    Mountain Top Joy

    Light and folds small

    • 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.



    Doc and I were also given a 4' leash to test. The first thing I noticed about this leash was how light and small it was. It folds nice and small but the buckle is quite bulky. That being said the buckle is heavy duty, smooth to use, and easy to grab.



    The leash itself comes in fun designs, is made of a durable webbing, and seemed well made upon arrival. However, after just a month of use it's already heavily showing signs of wear. The handle is starting to pull apart but it looks like it'll hold up for a few months before it'll fully come apart - or perhaps it won't pull any further apart - hard to know - but I'll update this as I find out!



    Another downside for me was that the material was a little slippery in my hand and I found that it came out of my hand a few times. As it got a little dirt on it and as I used it more, the problem seemed to go away for the most part.



    The major trade-off (in my eyes) of being light is comfort in the case of this leash. This is not a good leash if you're looking for something as a day-to-day comfort walking leash - the handle is the same webbing material and doesn't have any comfort or cushion adding features. One thing I appreciated on my normal daily-use leash was a nifty little hook to clip our poop bags to - I used a carabineer on this leash and it worked OK but as the handle is relatively small, it constantly beat against my hands on our walks.



    At the end of the day it's nice to have a super light leash like this and it's been nice to have to throw into a pack to have on hand when hiking.



    Pros - light, good designs, strong material, good clip

    Cons - not very comfortable to hold for long periods of time, not sure about long term durability, little

    Light and folds small

    I left the leash in my other pants.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    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.

    My furry buddy, Kimber, and I were given a 4-foot Wolfgang Man & Beast Printed Webbing Leash in VertDash Grey/Black. As I mentioned in my review of the Wolfgang collar, the quality of materials is superb. The webbing is unique; it's light, soft, and flexible without being stretchy. The metal clip is well-constructed; the parts operate smoothly with no squeaking and it appears to be powder coated which is a nice touch.

    The fit and finish of Wolfgang Man & Beast products stands out when compared to other brands. I recently purchased a leash from a local retailer, mostly because it was camouflage; it is not compact enough for a pocket and weighs 6 ounces. The Wolfgang leash folds up amazingly, ridiculously small and weighs in at only 2 ounces.

    We took a hike into Revett Lake a couple of weeks ago and I was impressed with the way the Wolfgang leash & collar set performed. It's been an excellent huckleberry year and the bears are out in force so I kept Kimber on the leash while we were hiking. The webbing is so thin and soft that even when the K-dog was trying to jerk my arm from its socket, the leash was still easy on my wrist. When we got to the lake, it was convenient to be able to stuff the leash in my pocket and let Kimber run amok.

    We did a few hikes this summer and Kimber came home sore because she zooms up and down the trail so much. I can see myself using a leash more often now that I've found one so comfy, light, and packable.

    Hiking into Revett Lake, ID

    We're lousy with bears this year so Kimber had to stay on the leash, good thing the Wolgang Man & Beast is so damned stylish!

    Hiking into Revett Lake, ID