Bullhide is a dense, heavy, leather that gives a very solid hit. If you're looking for a step up in intensity from something like deer or elk, then this would be next on the list. The handle is braided in black and a dark indigo.
This flogger has a steel core and is balanced. It was handcrafted in my studio in Los Angeles.
Lambskin is known for being very soft and making a very touchable flogger. This lambskin leather is called Washed shrunken Lamb. It undergoes a process during the tanning that makes the skin contract in the lower layers of the corium and gives it a very pronounced, pebbly grain. The tails of this flogger give a nice thuddy hit due to their spongey texture. The handle is braided with our matte rainbow pattern leather for a subtle touch of color.
The handle is 8 inches long, the tails are 22 inches long. This flogger has a steel core and is balanced. All of my pieces are handcrafted in my shop in Los Angeles.
FAQ Flogger Questions;
What does it mean when a flogger is "balanced?"
- A balanced flogger has been weighted in the handle to balance out the weight of the tails. The purpose of this is to make a flogger that is easier to throw, more accurate and wears out the top less.
What is the difference between the different leathers used in floggers?
I have created an info graphic about this! You can find it here- http://firebirdleather.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Kinky-Leather-Toy-Guide.png
I am looking to buy my first flogger, what should I know?
I have created a guide to this and you can find it here- http://firebirdleather.com/flogger-faq/