Kink by Doc Johnson Hogtied Bind & Tie 6mm Rope Wrist or Ankle Cuffs Black

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Kink by Doc JohnsonRope is the original bondage and restraint tool, and finding the right rope for the job is essential for safe, pleasurable play.

The Kink by Doc Johnson Hogtied Bind & Tie 6mm Rope Wrist or Ankle Cuffs in Black is crafted from our Bind & Tie 6mm width himp bondage ropes, these soft cuffs are a perfect introduction to rope play for beginners and a fast track to bondage play anytime, anywhere for more experienced users. The simple slip-ring design requires no rigging or knotting experience, and the long loop allows a variety of uses and customizations. The soft, flexible hemp fibers bend with the body and slide smoothly across skin for the wearer’s optimal comfort and safety.

The Kink by Doc Johnson collection is an exciting collaboration with Kink.com to create a selection of high-quality authentic fetish items suitable for long-term practitioners and new initiates alike. And as always, the Doc Johnson Products are proudly made in America!

Color: Black, Red
Materials: Natural Material
Size: 63 inch(overall length), 6mm thick
Weight: 8 oz
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Additional Information: 100% Natural Material Rope, Simple Slip-Ring Design Restrains Without Knots, Quick, Easy Use and Removal, Hardware Swivels for Safe, Comfortable Wear, Ideal for Securing Ankles to Wrists

Each of these innovative Kink by Doc Johnson BDSM products were designed and manufactured with the approval of the world’s leading fetish brand, with the creativity and quality Doc Johnson customers have come to expect. Designed for Both the Existing Scene and Newcomers. These products are handcrafted from the Highest Quality Body-Safe Materials and tailored to Many Types of Play.

Proudly made in America

Safe, sane, and consensual (SSC) is one of the values surrounding ethically acceptable behavior in BDSM, kink, and alternative sexuality communities. Safe means that the risk of activities should be understood by all participants, taking all precautions to prevent accidents or injury. Sane is to undertake activities in a sensible and sane state of mind, understanding the difference between fantasy and reality. Consensual means that all parties have freely and fully consented to the activity and were in a sound state of mind.