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A whip is a tool designed to strike humans or other animals to exert control through pain compliance or fear of pain. They can also be used without inflicting pain, for audiovisual cues, such as in equestrianism. Real leather whips are versatile;
They've been used for survival, hunting, self-defense, working with livestock, cosplay, and sports competitions. The Genuine Leather Bull Whip is well-suited for professionals and hobbyists alike.
This 6-feet long bullwhip is handwoven from real leather. It's 8-inch Wooden Handle has a knot with a braided wrist strap, providing control and a solid grip for whip cracking.
A bullwhip consists of a handle section, a thong, a fall, and a cracker. A wrist loop may also be present, although its chief purpose is for hanging one's whip on a hook.
The main portion of the bullwhip's length is made up of a braided body or thong.
When the whip is new: Upon delivery your whip will be quite stiff. Don’t worry as this is normal. As you use your whip it will “break in” as we say, becoming supple over time and adapt to your style of cracking. Think about it like getting a new pair of leather shoes. They too might be a bit stiff and uncomfortable in the beginning, but as you wear them they’ll loosen up and form perfectly to your foot. Refrain from trying to speed up the breaking in process by bending the whip back and forth and putting large amounts of leather dressing-/conditioner on it. Just use it like you normally would and give the whip some time.
- Only use your whip on grass or other smooth surfaces. Do not crack your whip on sand, gravel or pavement as this significantly damages your whip! Don’t practice wraps on trees as they too can damage the whip in a similar way due to their abrasive surface.
- Don’t get your whip wet. Moisture can get in to your whip and cause mildew. If you want to crack whips on rainy days, getting a Para cord (or other synthetic) whip to complement your whip collection might be a good idea!
- Don’t crack your whip without a cracker/popper.
Storing your whip
- Store your whip lightly coiled, laying down, away from direct sunlight and pets! Dogs in particular might think whips are perfect chewing toys.
- Don’t expose it to extreme temperatures for long periods of time. In other words, don’t leave it in a hot car or outside during the winter.
Do note that we make all our products by hand with natural materials. This means that slight variations in thicknesses, colors, weights or other aspects might occur. This is what makes hand made products unique. We don’t use molds, robots or machines. Only hands and tools.