Corporal punishment goes back thousands of years, and to this day the classic leather flogger is perhaps the most commonly used instrument of torture within the BDSM scene. This simple, exceptionally well-crafted flogger consists of a solid, weighted handle designed to hold your grip, balanced with Approx 40 long, luxuriously soft, oiled-leather tails. The weight of the tails produces a satisfying thud across a large area of flesh, while the half inch strips of leather add an exhilarating sting. Intended for sensory play and stimulation more than to cause pain or damage to the flesh, this luscious little whip is the ideal flogger.
This whip is made by one of the finest whip makers in Eastern Europe and is being carried in North America exclusively by Stockroom. All of these whips are made for sexual play or flogging, not flagellation. Knots at the ends are soft in order to cause less damage to the skin. The high quality, handmade whips are braided, decreasing in width toward the ends and cut in precise strips for a more consistent impact, and feature the S&M symbol at the heel of each handle. In order to become 100% familiar with your products, all of these whips have uniform lengths. Despite the impact of the strikes, from an experienced handler these whips should not produce lacerations or marks, just a red coloration of the skin.
•28in/71.1cm in Total Length
•2.5in/6.4 cm Handle
•21 in./53.3 cm Fall
•2.5in/6.3cm Wrist Loop
•Weighs 12 oz.
Calfskin: The further it is from the handle, the more the body of a whip must be flexible and fluid. Ideal characteristics are arrived at through an optimum selection of the right lengths, widths and closeness of the leather strap insets. A heavy whip during a blow must not injure the skin. Therefore, the material with which a whip is made is crucial. Calfskin is made from a calf under 2 years of age, making it more soft and flexible than other leather. The calfskin is saturated with dye rather than being dyed from the outside, ensuring that paint particles can’t enter tiny wounds in the skin and cause infections.
Safety and Usage
Break in and keep your whip in shape with regular use, while keeping it free of moisture or dirt. Both dirt and water will damage the whip and ruin it quickly. Many leather conditioners are designed to soften and moisturize, and therefore should be used sparingly or not at all.