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Weaver Leather Cotton Lead Rope
Weaver Leather Cotton Lead Rope
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navy, soft cotton lead
features a non-rust solid brass 225 snap.
Measures 5/8" x 10'
Soft cotton lead in beautiful striped color combinations with non-rust solid brass 225 snap. Measures 5/8" x 10'.
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About Weaver Leather
Founded by Harry A. Weaver in 1973 as the Fryburg Shoe Shop, Weaver Leather grew from humble beginnings into a trusted manufacturer of a wide range of leather and nylon goods.
Todayâs Weaver Leather is experiencing continual growth and caters to a variety of U.S. and international customers in the markets it serves including equine, livestock, pet, leather supply, and arborist,. While much has changed through the years, our steadfast commitment to our customers remains our top priority.
Many of our products are handcrafted in Mt. Hope, Ohio and feature the finest materials, skilled American workmanship and finishing touches for years of dependable performance.
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