This collar is an affordable option for those interested in trying collar play for the first time, but it's not a super high quality item to be treasured for years to come. The faux leather may be a turn off to some, but a turn on to vegans.
Affordable, good for those experimenting for the first time.
Will not fit big necks well, can be scratchy.
Collars can be worn attached to a leash for play (attached to the ring in the front), or on their own sans leash to enforce the wearer's sense of restriction and/or being owned. They are popular items at play parties and dungeons.
Design / Craftsmanship / Material / Size / Fit:
This particular collar has three snap closures and adjusts to five different sizes, but it will not fit, or fit too tightly, very thick, brawny necks like mine. It has one U-ring in the front that will connect to leashes or other straps.
It is made of faux leather, which makes it vegan-friendly but looks a little cheap. The bend in the leather will not easily smooth over. It has no discernible smell. The faux fur lining is soft enough, but the rough edges of the faux leather are a bit uncomfortable and it can feel scratchy in some areas while you wear it.
I actually was not inspired to do much playing with this collar as I prefer more luxe items, and for me that means leather, or at least highly polished and refined fake leather or vinyl. But this collar will do the trick for anyone wanting to affordably experiment with collars for the first time to see if they even like the concept.
It does look pretty good while it's being worn, and from a distance looks as good as a basic but better-crafted real leather collar.