Great leash for doing anything, and dealing with the unexpected. The wrist lock that can unclip is absolutely amazing. I never realized how handy something like that would even begin to be until now.
It has made walking my dog fantastically lazy, because the webbing is narrow enough to fit into my belt loops. So, unclip, belt loop, reclip, hands free strolling in 5 seconds. Great for when you are walking your dog, enjoying a delicious adult beverage, and putting the hurt on a sandwich. Because, lets be real, as much as we judge that guy walking down the street, we all kinda wish we had his sammie, brew, and that dog really is kinda cute. So now, I have become that man, and it is glorious.
The clip is also able to grab onto the normal part of the leash and not just the handle part. So, got a fat tree you need to hook your dog to while you dive into a cafe to get a second sammie? Boom, hook him up to it, and chat up the cute girl at the register cause you are good to go. At least until your dog barks at you and you can now tell her about how awesome and cute your dog is. Nice move.
I can't tell if people cower in fear of my awesome while I strut down the street, or are scared that I may attempt to shove them off the sidewalk for walking too close to me. Either way, the leash is a perfect length for me to walk, not step on my lanky dog's legs, (he is a hound mix and is all legs, not like Jessica Rabbit though). Yet the length is manageable enough to give him a solid tug as a little baby who decided to smash his face with her sausage fingers attacks him all the while her parents fight in the busy intersection and you secretly hope for a large truck to drive through.
Its thin, light, durable, tough, easy to manage, and the bright blue is a hard color to miss, so it doesn't get lost under the table at beer filled cook outs. I have used a ton of leashes, all the way from a piece of rope to some fancy pants feature filled shenanigans.
The only thing I personally don't like, but totally understand is the Talon clip where you hook to the dog's collar. You push down on it (very easy and nice for arthritic people and the like) but its just.... weird. I don't like it. The number of times I have missed the clip and felt like a 5 year old, no motor skills dum dum as my dog has scurried off thinking he was on the leash ready to hike.... well.... lets just say its far too many. However, I can't discount points for this because for anyone with hurting / not well working hands the design is money.
So, be the king of the neighborhood, walk with your hands free, or full of beer. Your call.