Collar Styles

Collar Styles:

We offer a variety of sizes, widths and styles for our customers to choose from when ordering our collars. When it comes to size be sure to choose one that you'll be able to adjust up or down depending on your dogs neck size. For choosing a width, it's mainly up to your personal preference. However I typically recommend 3/4" and 1" for small dogs, 1" and 1.5" for medium dogs, and 1.5" for large/fluffy dogs. 

Now to break down the styles:

Plastic Buckle: our most popular and lightweight option. These buckles have a break strength of ~330 lbs. I recommend this style for dogs who don't pull on a leash or are mild pullers. Plastic buckles are not recommended for strong pullers. 

Fabric Martingale or Limited Slip: another popular option that's best for dogs who need some training on walks, however these styles has a stopping point to prevent from choking your dog. These styles are typically used for training and are great for dogs who pull.. The difference between the two is how the loops are made/attached to the body of the collar, their function is the same.

COBRA Buckle: a less popular option because of the hefty upgrade fee, however it's 100% worth it and makes any collar look badass. This military grade metal buckle is made from 7075 aluminum alloy metal (nothing is ever "indestructible", but they're also used in the military which speaks volume). *Only available in 1.5" widths, 1" wide cobra buckles available upon request.

Black Hardware: a great option for upgrading the looks of your collar, however any coated hardware will wear-down over time. So, water-use is not recommended. If the hardware does get wet, it's recommended to rinse with water and pat it dry.

Stainless Steel Hardware: the best option for your adventure loving, get down and dirty, water-loving dog! Our stainless steel option is the best choice if your pup is hard on your gear. It is still recommended to rise with water and pat the hardware dry for the longevity of the collar. 


Dog Collar Styles such as plastic buckles, martingales and more