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Folks, itâs finally here. A tactical harness for small and medium sized dogs, featuring 4 rows of loop lined webbing for morale patches and MOLLE compatible add-ons, quality UTX-Duraflex buckles, and a heavy duty grab handle for maneuvering your beast away from trouble! Fancy some beast mojo for your pup? Gear up with this baby, then.
Material: 1000D Nylon, UTX-Duraflex Buckles
Neck Girth: 11"-17"/28cm-43cm
Chest Girth: 15"-22"/36cm-56cm
Back Length: 12.2"-25.2"/31cm-64cm
It's made with durable 500D nylon, tight stitching, with hook-loop strap management for hold up the rest of the strap, so the strap will not end up in the air, friendly UTX-Duraflex buckles for easy on and off operation, MOLLE compatible webbing and hook and loop straps panel for you to attach patches.
"u"Recommend item: EDC Tool Horizontal Pouch ASIN B07SLYY32Q, using the pouch and become a tacti-cool K9 backpack outfit as the picture.
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|MINI MAYHEM Laser-Cut Harness||Tactical Dog Vest with Detachable Pouches||Small Dog Collar||EDC Horizontal MOLLE Pouch||Collapsible 32oz Dog Bowl||Waste Bag Holder|
|Material||1000D Nylon, UTX D-Flex Buckles||1000D Nylon||Quality Nylon Webbing, Stainless Steel D-ring||500D Nylon, YKK Zipper||1000D Nylon, YKK Zippers, UTX D-Flex Buckles, Stainless Steel D-Ring||1000D Nylon|
|Color Selection||Black, Coyote Brown||Black, Tan||Black, Coyote Brown, Ranger Green||Coyote Brown||Ranger Green||Black, Coyote Brown|
|Size||Adjustable Neck 8"-18"; Chest 13"-25"||Medium, Large, X-large||Adjustable Girth: 9.8"-15"||4.5"(L)*7"(W)"1.5"(D)||Extra Small||4.33"*1.97"*1.97"|
|Other Features||Functional yet durable amp; comfortable, doesn't choke and non-slide, Laser-cut MOLLE straps and patch panel for attach pouch or patches||Quick release buckle, heavy-duty stitching, functional MOLLE pouches, easy put on/ off, stylish, loop panel for patches||Heavy duty K9 style, water resistant meterial, soft padded lining, 120kg tested pull strength metal leash ring||Reasonable size, handy for organizing items, main compartment for carrying toys treats or your essentials items||Good size, quality materials, durable construction, mesh lining for breathability and comfortable, versatility, K9 tactical style||Lightweight amp; durable , YKK zipper, quickly pull out dispenser, easy attach|
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