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Slackline™ Leash
Adjustable length, hand-held, waist-worn
 5 (based on 13 reviews) | Write a Review
The Ruffwear Slackline Leash is an adjustable leash that's multi-functional: the handle can be hand-held or waist-worn; the length can be fully extended for relaxed walks, or shortened for more control when needed. An ergonomic metal slider allows for easy one-handed length adjustment on the go - from 3.5 ft to 6 ft. Comfortable and convenient with a padded handle and accessory loop, the Slackline Leash also offers low-light visibility with integrated reflectivity.
  
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5 (based on 13 reviews)  | 12 out of 13 of reviewers would recommend this to a friend

 

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5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Freybug

Date of Review: 8/15/2014

We kick up our paws in: Ithaca, NY

My canine companion(s): Australian cattle dog, Shetland sheepdog

Perfect for running on trails

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

I bought this leash for trail running since I'd had problems with another brand of leash slipping down my waist while running. The slack line leash stays where you adjusted it and the clasp is quick and easy to fasten. It's easy to adjust, just slide the hardware up or down. The swivel on the clip that attaches to the dog is very helpful on trails and has eliminated any twisting of the leash on the harness. I'm very happy with the quality of the product, sturdy construction and it delivers!

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Wren

Date of Review: 8/12/2014

We kick up our paws in: Utah

My canine companion(s): English Pointer

Very Happy

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

Very easy to use and great to run with.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Chewy

Date of Review: 8/12/2014

We kick up our paws in: Southern Cali

My canine companion(s): WPG

So versatile

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

This leash has so many different uses configuration. Simply put, amazing. Get one?

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Kepler

Date of Review: 6/27/2014

We kick up our paws in: Northern Virginia

My canine companion(s): German Shorthaired Pointer

Great!

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

We've had the pack for a few days now. Kepler is my running buddy, so I eased him into it. The first day, I just put the empty pack on him. Then I added some water. Now he's carrying GPS, phone, water, etc. He doesn't love it when I first put it on. He resists for about a minute. Then he forgets it's there and he's off running. I've been watching to see if there is any odd wear/tear on him and the pack. So far, I can't identify any. It seems to fit him really well. FYI, he's a 55 lb GSP and a medium is a perfect fit.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Solo

Date of Review: 6/24/2014

We kick up our paws in: Washington, DC

My canine companion(s): GSD

Awesome

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

Hands-free walking and hiking, what could be better??!!

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Seeley

Date of Review: 4/18/2014

We kick up our paws in: New Mexico

My canine companion(s): Bully-Breed Mix

Versatile & Reflective

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

NOTE: I have last year's model which features a buckle clip on the handle loop instead of this new design. This is a great leash for everyday use, running/hiking, and for quickly tying up a dog around a tree at a campsite. I love that it has a reflective strip on it, though I'd really like to see the reflective stuff on BOTH sides of the leash instead of just one. There's a bit of padding on the beginning of the handle, but it doesn't get clammy when used as a waist belt. For the fashion-oriented, you can get a Hoopie Collar in the same color & style, which makes a pretty neat pair. As previously stated, I wish the reflective strip was on BOTH sides of the leash. Also, it would be nice if two lengths were offered: Even with a pretty small waist (29"), I keep stepping on the back legs of my dog while we're running, because the leash is just a tad short. Same thing with finding small enough trees to tie her to in camp. It would be great if there was a slightly longer option to accommodate healthier waistlines and larger tree-trunk postings.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Abby

Date of Review: 4/15/2014

We kick up our paws in: Philly

My canine companion(s): yellow lab

Excellent

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

The Slackline leash works perfectly for runs anywhere from 3-6 miles for my lab! I have it set for constant heel when worn at my waist, but I like that I could adjust it to give her some extra room to take lead if we're on a narrow trail.

3 out of 5

Dog's Name: Dexter

Date of Review: 3/20/2014

We kick up our paws in: Tucson, AZ

My canine companion(s): Heelers, JRTs

Good

Would you recommend this product?.: No

See review of the crag collar--I didn't like the clasp/closure on the handle. The older style buckle was much easier/quicker to attach to a tree/pole, whatever.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Buddy

Date of Review: 3/15/2014

We kick up our paws in: Bay Area

My canine companion(s): Black Labs

Fantastic

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

Easy to adjust and clip in and out of. Also is substantial enough to provide excellent control when needed.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Major

Date of Review: 3/14/2014

We kick up our paws in: Los Angeles

My canine companion(s): Labrador

Love it

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

I love the slackline leash. It is the perfect length for me to run with my dog at a heel by my side, but then I can extend it to let him run in front when we get to the single track trails. The leash has some give in it too, slightly elastic, making it comfortable and not jarring as you run.

4 out of 5

Dog's Name: Fundy-Alyeska Ski Patrol Avalanche Canines

Date of Review: 3/7/2014

We kick up our paws in: Alyeska Ski Resort Girdwood Alaska

My canine companion(s): Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Wag Wag Wag

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

This is our go to leash for work and play and has proved very versatile. The adjustability is great and enables shortening for one handed walks. It still has the length for structured activities and even leash corrections. We can lengthen for on leash ski travel and shorten it up for lift lines and when we need the dogs close by side. The clip on strap enables attaching to an object or your waist. The talon clip is great for quick one handed attachment or release, especially with the Top Rope Collar. My only critique is that there should be a few more of the little sliding black pieces that keep the two leash sections matched up and from getting twisted. Other wise that is only an issue when at less than full length. The reflective stripe is great for night activities and from keeping it from getting lost if dropped.

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Ruby

Date of Review: 2/5/2014

We kick up our paws in: Seattle

My canine companion(s): Rat Terrier

Awesome!

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

Great leash, love the adjustability, and the clip is wonderful for when I need to attach her to the assistance handle in the disabled stall. :)

5 out of 5

Dog's Name: Ace

Date of Review: 2/3/2014

We kick up our paws in: Portland

My canine companion(s): Malamute/Retriever mix

My favorite leash

Would you recommend this product?.: Yes!

I needed a waist-worn leash because my dog pulls so hard my shoulders get tired well before he does. Clipped around the waist, I can run along behind him until he's tuckered and not have any upper body tension. It's also nice to have the option to tether him to something if I need to be away from him for a moment. I chose this one over the Flat-Out leash for the adjustable length -- it's nice to have the versatility of keeping him close in busier areas. The Talon Clip is industrial strength, and the webbing seems far superior to other leashes I've had. Overall, it's a brilliant, multitasking leash and I couldn't be happier with it.