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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-13-2018, 07:44 AM
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I like the biothane leads when I took the dogs to the beach. The thing I don’t like yeah they can be hard to grip. I would imagine those gloves would be hard to grip.


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Honestly I have not had a major grip problem with my beta biothane and it clears brush like no tomorrow. My red line really helps when you are working with others to keep them from stepping on it. She just pulls so hard my arms hurt afterwards and it is more about keeping upright even though my right hand is anchored on my hip. I am not inclined to wrap the lead around my waist like I have seen some do

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When I used hot dogs as training treats I had issues only with the biothane lead. It was a very slippery combo lol! Yes I like that brush part and the wet sand does not stick to so much not like the canvas. Yeah I have seen people hook leads around there waste does not look that safe.


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I thought my clip would be an issue but it is not. ..............

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I wear the thinnest Atlas gloves you can buy at Ace hardware and use a little heavier biothane line that has a little texture to it.

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This is the glove I bought at Lowes though online I found it at home depot - used it last night and will stock up because

1) decent finger feel
2) the lack of grippy stuff along the side of the index finger seems to let me "slip the line" as needed - so that feeding out, pulling in line "works"
3) I got a great grip for when we got close up on the subject and she was really throwing herself full force into it.
4) The back is flexible enough I can throw a hot hands in between the top of the glove and the hand

I also am going to use cotton inspection gloves underneath (I did yesterday) and on cold rainy days will slip a think nitrile glove inside to keep my hands dry

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Midwest-...D-96/302892871

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