Tactical Cobra Dog Collar 1.5″

  • Austrialpin Cobra Buckle rated at 4000lbs
  • Heavy Duty Webbing at  1.5″ wide
  • Strong Steel D-ring for leash and dog tags
  • Attach dog patches on the outside with added loop material
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This is the 1.5″ wide Miles Cobra ID Dog Collar features the world class COBRA® buckles by AUSTRIALPIN™ and Heavy duty military grade webbing. AustriAlpin makes the worlds safest and strongest quick release buckles. The Cobra Buckles are CNC manufactured from 7075 aluminum alloy for flawless precision.

The Miles Collar is 1.5″ wide and will fit medium to large dogs with a neck size of 15″- 20″

It has heavy duty webbing has stylish yellow stitching on the outside and industrial strength hook and loop material on the adjustment end. The outside is also covered with material for you to attach your ID tags.

The Cobra Buckle on these Tactical Dog Collars are rated at a minimum tensile strength of 4000lbs

Heavy Duty Steel Ring

The collar is easy to remove and useful for agitation work and training. The extra width helps to protect the dogs neck when pressure is applied.

COBRA is a registered US trademark of AUSTRIALPIN

Weight0.50 lbs
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2 reviews for Tactical Cobra Dog Collar 1.5″

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  1. Marc (verified owner)

    Excellent customer service. The item wasn’t in stock so they made it immediately and shipped it out promptly. All of my questions were answered concerning the material used, buckle, etc.

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  2. Jason

    I think I ordered the wrong version or its not currently sold. The only issues I had was the ID labels for my full body harness didnt fit properly on the cobra collar as the ID panels are about .5 inch to wide, I can always order new panels. I really like the collar and I feel like my German Shepherd does too, I no longer have the issue of him slipping the collar and freeing himself.

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