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Winston & Company "The Come With Leash" Slate with Gold Accents By Winston & Company

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Winston & Company "The Come With Leash" Slate with Gold Accents

Winston & Company leashes are designed with both strength and comfort in mind. You"ll never have to compromise style and comfort for durability, reliability and strength again. It is unique, long-lasting and unlike anything on the market!

Key Benefits

  • Comfort
  • Splicing: The Come With Leash is unique in that the loops for the wrist strap and snap hook are created via a long-standing marine technique called splicing. Therefore, there are no uncomfortable seams, unattractive leather accent cuffs to cover-up sewing, or any additional metal hardware needed.
  • Absorbtion: The Come With Leash absorbs the shock if our furry friend decides to pull, if he lunges at a leaf blowing down the street or really wants to get his paws on that tasty treat on the sidewalk. Winston & Company leashes are made from the same material that absorb the shock of a docked boat, so we’re pretty confident they can handle your pup too!
  • Handmade in the USA
  • Deters leash chewing
  • Hardware: Solid Brass    


  • Small: 4.5 feet, 3/8 inch diameter
  • Medium: 4.5 feet, 1/2 inch diameter
  • Large/XL: 4 feet, 5/8 inch diameter

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Item Number 58800
Country of Origin
  • United States
Breed Size
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • Giant
  • Nylon

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Winston & Company "The Come With Leash" Slate with Gold Accents Customer Reviews

Winston & Company "The Come With Leash" Slate with Gold Accents 5 5 1 1
Sturdy and comfortable This leash is great for strong dogs. I used this leash for my 50+ pound, over-sized foster cattle-dog. Not only was it sturdy for walking him, it's also comfortable to hold. He also liked to jump up and bite the leash before I put it on him, breaking through previous, cheaper leashes. This leash is woven so strong that if he did try to bite it, it did nothing. He gave up pretty quickly with that. The leash has since gone with him to his new forever home. They use it daily with him still and love it! January 7, 2013
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