Alite Kung Fu Collar

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Manufacturer's Description

A comfortable and lightweight collar with built in storage pocket for any of those just-in-case items. Your dog never looked so good, like Hong Kong Phooey, number one super guy.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Alite's Kung Fu Collar is comfy, lightweight, and quick-drying--everything your furry one wants whether hes napping or doing karate chops. Keep treats in the built-in pocket to award him for those extra-impressive high kicks!


CLOSEOUTS . The Kung Fu dog collar from Alite Designs is crafted of durable nailhead nylon and breathable mesh, with a small zip pocket for stowing those just-in-case items. Composite touch-fasten closure Medium dimensions: 1x12" (adjusts to 16") Large dimensions: 1x16" (adjusts to 24") Weight: 2.2 oz. (size L) Material: 210 denier nailhead nylon with 3 denier mesh Made in Philippines Available Colors: BROWN, CHARCOAL. Sizes: M, L.

- Sierra Trading Post

The Alite Kung Foo dog collar is light, tough and comfortable. It also looks great and sports a handy stash pocket. Ripstop nylon fabric with air-mesh lining offers durability and soft, breathable comfort. Zippered stash pocket holds a few poo bags (sold separately) or other small essentials. The Alite Kung Foo dog collar features a rugged plastic quick-release buckle and a steel D-ring for attaching a leash.


Alite Kung Fu Collar

previously retailed for:
$7.95 - $17.95

The Alite Kung Fu Collar is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 8, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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