French Martingale / Slip Martingale (Full Fabric - Available in select prints)
This listing is for a full fabric french martingale / slip martingale. Our full fabric French/Slip Martingales are only available in select patterns (pictured below) due to the large amount of fabric needed to make a full fabric leash. (Please note sometimes we can offer other prints that are NOT pictured below, and sometimes we run out of the prints pictured below.)
These specific fabrics are limited to the length listed below.
Unlisted fabrics are available up to 6ft. (subject to change without update - I will try to keep this updated but sometimes I run out and forget to update this)
- #188 - up to 4.5 ft leashes
- #32 - up to 4 ft leashes
- #265 - up to 4.5 ft leashes
- #292 - up to 4.5 ft leashes
- #271 - up to 4.5 ft leashes
- #242 - up to 4 ft leashes
If you'd like a different fabric that is not pictured here please message me and I can see what I can do. Some fabrics I am able to get some I am not.
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We are open to customizing just send us an email email@example.com
Don't forget: Please include your webbing color choice, and desired leash length (Maximum of 6 ft). Please also include your hardware color (if you choose powder coated hardware) in the "Notes" box.
*Shipping info: If there is an overcharge for shipping $1.00 or greater I will automatically refund it before shipping your order. :)
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(This is why our stitching often times looks thicker than compared to others.)
We use heavyweight polypropylene webbing rather than nylon webbing for various reasons such as:
- polypropylene is soft to the touch rather than abrasive like nylon
- polypropylene is water resistant whereas nylon stretches when wet and absorbs water
- polypropylene is mildew and rot resistant due to the ability to wick moisture, nylon is more prone to trapping water and mildew.
(If you would rather have NYLON webbing feel free to ask, we can easily swap it out!)
Washing your leash: I personally toss my leash in the washer on cold and lay it flat to dry or hang outside on a nice day! If your leash handle seems wrinkled you can very carefully and quickly go over it with an iron on a low-medium setting; this is to be done carefully as you don't want to melt the interior webbing! (DO NOT iron the webbing base of your leash, the iron will more than likely melt it!) You can also hand wash your leashes and dry as specified above.