After the success of our Audaz polo belt, we have developed a dog lead and coordinating dog collars in a variety of sizes. As its name suggests, this is a design inspired by the bold adventurer. The vibrant colours that are displayed in the Audaz range contrast perfectly, bringing to mind the dramatic glow of a sunset over the estancia, which all too quickly transforms into a mysterious, inky night sky. To reflect this, deep navy and vibrant rust coloured saddlery threads were woven tightly in and out of the leather lead, in a process so intricate that it can only be carried out by hand.
Our artisans are skilled in the traditional craft of handstitching, and possess knowledge that is passed down through generations of South American craftsmen. This long heritage of such beautifully decorated leatherwork is what first inspired us to bring our designs from the polo fields of La Pampa onto the world stage.
Our signature Havana brown leather can be found throughout our collection of canine accessories. It is hand-selected for its buttery soft, smooth finish, and cut to a thickness that is perfectly suited to even the most active of dogs. Pieces from pampeano combine sturdy, premium leather with expertly woven handstitching, which is why they are known to stand the test of time.
Your Audaz lead can be clipped securely to any size in our range of matching leather dog collars, for the most stylish of canine adventures.
Dimensions The Audaz pampeano dog lead measures 115cm long and is available in two widths –Skinny for the smaller breeds wearing a pampeano collar up to a size small (45cm) and standard widths for the medium and larger breeds wearing a pampeano collar up to a size XL (60cm).
Materials Argentine Top Grain cow leather completed with a strong stainless steel clasp in antique brass colour ensuring that your dog is kept safe and secure on long dog walks.
Care To maintain the richness of the leather, you should nourish it with a good leather conditioner every so often. Apply a small amount onto a dry cloth and rub into the leather. Use a separate cloth to buff it until all of the conditioner has been absorbed.
Try and keep your dog lead dry. If it does get wet, just blot with a towel as soon as possible and let it air dry.