Best lead I have found, use them for both my dogs and always recommend they are used with headcollars and sometimes with harnesses (one end on collar other on harness. Lovely material, even with very strong dogs, makes handlering them a lot easier than regular leads.
Excellent lead. Very strong and durable. The double hooks are great for attaching to our dog's Tellington-Touch harness for dual control. The lead is long enough to do simple recall training with (running backwards whilst calling your dog to you). I use this lead for agility training and it seems to be the lead of choice for other agility dog owners. Even if you don't think you need a double-ended lead, the price is so reasonable and the lead is so good, that it's well worth getting. The only thing I've not managed is to walk my dog with the lead around my waist - it's too big. I have walked two dogs on one lead and whilst I prefer two separate leads for ease of control, it can be done. It can burn your hands somewhat (but not like nylon or rope would) if it slips through your hands too quickly. One downside: The lead has two catches and the smaller one is used to form the loop at the end of the lead. The only problem we've found is that with the thinner leads, the catch that forms the loop easily flicks undone if you get your finger caught in it, so you can end up holding onto a lead that doesn't have a loop. This doesn't happen with the thicker lead as both catches are more robust and can't be flicked open. For the little extra money, it's worth getting the thicker lead.
THIS LEAD IS ONE OF THE BEST I HAVE EVER USED . IT IS SOFT ON THE HANDS , SO VERSATILE I EXPECT IT TO MAKE THE TEA AS WELL , AND VERY STRONG FOR MY BOISTEROUS 12 MONTH OLD GERMAN SHEPHERD . THE PRICE IS EXCELLENT - I HAVE PAID 3 TIMES AS MUCH FOR INFERIOR LEADS ,, YES BUY THIS ONE! BUT I BOUGHT THE HARNESS AT THE SAME TIME AND MAYBE OK FOR SMALLER OR OLDER DOGS BUT NOT FOR MY LITTLE MONSTER .