Crops and Canes

  • 20'' Heart Riding Crop 20'' Heart Riding Crop Quick View
    20'' Heart Riding Crop

    Kookie Int'l

    20'' Heart Riding Crop

    $ 26.99

    Who says a riding crop can't be cute as well as vicious? Don't be fooled by the sweet little heart at its tip - this relatively short-handled crop can really pack a wallop. The ample rubber handle is wonderfully grippable, and makes this tool a real joy to handle.

    Details

    Length: 19 inches (We know, it's called a 20 inch crop. But we measured it, and it's really only 19 inches long. Go figure.)

    Material(s): vinyl, faux leather head, braided nylon cord, rubber handle.

    Manufacturer: Kookie Int'l

    Country of Origin: USA

    Care/Cleaning

    This product is made of synthetic materials, including nylon and vinyl. These materials are porous and cannot be sterilized. To clean, wipe with a damp cloth, then let dry thoroughly before storing.

    Manufacturer

    KOOKIE INT'L

    This San Francisco leather wholesaler has been in business for decades. Their factory and outlet store is located on Folsom Street. They offer quality leather gear, designed and manufactured in the US.

  • 26'' Riding Crop 26'' Riding Crop Quick View
    26'' Riding Crop

    Kookie Int'l

    26'' Riding Crop

    $ 24.99

    If you appreciate the classics, you'll find this beautifully simple riding crop hard to resist. The petite leather tip delivers a fantastic, targeted slap, and the long handle has the perfect amount of flexibility to pull back and release for dramatic effect and a little extra impact. You'll love the easy-to-hold rubber grip and the quality crafting of this fine implement.

    Details

    Length: 26 inches

    Material(s): leather tip, braided nylon, rubber handle

    Manufacturer: Kookie Int'l

    Country of Origin: USA

    Care/Cleaning

    This product is made of leather.

    Leather products are porous, meaning they cannot be completely sterilized and they will absorb water, so when cleaning it is best to use as little water as possible. Only use soaps specifically made for cleaning leather, like saddle soap or specialty leather wipes. Follow cleaning instructions of whichever leather cleaner you choose, then using a dry towel pat dry until all excess moisture has been absorbed.

    Standard hand soaps or dish soaps can damage dyed leather and/or dry out leather leading to cracks or fraying. Oils in lubricants or soaps can stain leathers and should be avoided.

    Over time leather conditioners may be necessary to keep leathers from cracking or wearing out, especially around buckles or other metal hardware.

    Manufacturer

    KOOKIE INT'L

    This San Francisco leather wholesaler has been in business for decades. Their factory and outlet store is located on Folsom Street. They offer quality leather gear, designed and manufactured in the US.

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