The rethinking geometry and floatable stuffing of this harness allows the rise to a boat board or on a pontoon with the intermediary of large lateral handles, dorsal and back dorsal handles, the dog in the water can continue to work while keeping a stability and comfort.
The upper floatable stuffing protects the dog’s sides to avoid the chocks and possible injuries when the dog moves between various and sharp objects in the water.
Two handles on each side of the dog’s neck can help grab the dog to bring him on board.
One back handle placed as far as possible on the dog’s back in order to have a safe hold for the posterior to be moved upwards.
The central handle is placed in such way that the dog will be put into a safe and steady position during the pick up.
On this central handle one bronze ring is used as a security hook for a « life line » or a floating leash during a water session into rough water.
A removable rope ring can be used for a back traction.
Removable floating stuffing, except on the one on the back.
It can be used with or without ventral padding.
Night markers used as a reflective tape set on the back of the harness, it is also possible to place a waterproof flashlight on a free space left on the back of the harness.
This harness is manufactured in black nylon webbing of 50 mm wide (2 inches), it is stitched with a high resistant thread.
It has adjustment and locking by 6 polyacetal clip buckles for an easy fitting and removal.
300 D cordura.
Colors : 024 Red, 021 Pink, 027 Blue, 036 Orange, 032 Yellow fluo.
As an option with supplement* we can sew on the central webbing , 2 ring support straps.
2 sizes available with different back float geometry
Size 2 Bands * - Up to 55/57 Kg (Females)
Size 3 Bands * - Over 57 Kg (Males).
3 weeks for delivery.
* The sizes are identified by the number of colored bands on the dorsal float 2 red bands and 2 green bands, or 3 red bands and 3 green bands.
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