Leather Regimental Harness
The Regimental Harness is minimalist, versatile and highly functional. It can be comfortably worn by anyone, regardless of gender or anatomy. The straps snap on and off of the O-ring, allowing you to interchange the O-ring size for use with a wide range of dildos. The Regimental's design easily converts from a two-strap Jock harness to a single-strap G-string. The lightweight, strong leather straps make for a harness that is not only soft and comfortable, but is also super sturdy and stays in place during even the roughest of play.
When worn as a Jock-style harness, the Regimental's bare design offers the most access to the wearer's body and genitals, allowing for full stimulation and anal or vaginal penetration if desired. This style also is a perfect harness for people with penises, to strap on a dildo above the penis for penetration with a dildo alone, or for a double penetration scenario. One of the straps can be removed by unsnapping it from the O-ring and sliding it off the waist strap, converting the Regimental to a G-string harness. The G-string hugs up tightly against the wearer's genitals and between the butt cheeks, and can also serve as an anal plug harness. Another feature of the Regimental is that its minimal design also works well as a comfortable packing harness for everyday or pack-and-play wear.
Please note that the Leather Regimental Harness is handmade and measurements may vary slightly. The hip strap is adjustable from approximately 35 - 56 inches, and it is possible to punch additional holes in the strap in order to achieve a smaller fit.
Hip Strap: Adjusts in circumference from approximately 35 - 56 inches
Leg Straps: each leg strap is 18 inches long
O-Rings: 1.75 and 2 inches in diameter
Manufacturer: Kookie Int'l
Country of Origin: USA
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.
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