Quality starts very early in the selection of the correct materials.
We take responsibility, to keep our production as environmentally-friendly as possible. For example is our leather free of toxic AZO dyes and free of chromium VI. Our fish leather collars are waste products from the food industry and we take the old jeans (that you don´t want to carry any longer), to a new piece of jewelry.
All used rings, clasps or eyelets are industrial products that exhibit an extremely high durability. We use only welded stainless steel rings and every collar is additionally protected by a sturdy strap inside. You are of course invited test our quality at our factory in germany.
Here you can see the individual components of a Harris Tweed collar. It all starts with the matching leather. In this case, we use dark brown bovine leather as soft skin friendly surface. The Interior consists of sturdy polypropylene (PP) webbing with a tensile strength of approx. 200 daN (200 kg). The belt is sewed through the entire collar for mor stability and security.
As decorative elements, we have used an original HarrisTweed in green/brown, a perfect match to the dark brown leather and the used solid brass buckles.
Martingale collars are often used in England and the United States and are known as the typical sighthound collar. There are wide adjustable train collar stop, which are suitable for almost every dog in our opinion. Our martingale collars comes with a sewed sturdy polypropylene (PP) webbing with a tensile strength of approx. 200daN (approx. 200 kg) in the narrowest version. We fully covered the webbing with various substances
The rings consist of stainless, welded and polished stainless steel or solid seamless pure brass. Rings and webbing are multiple stitched with the collar by using durable high quality yarn.
On the classic collars we use also an interior made of sturdy webbing and sew it with a qualitatively high-quality and stable thread.
As lock variants we use only aluminum buckles with nickel gloss which are slightly shaped. As an alternative to the plug caps, we use mandrel buckles in various variants and versions.