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Tribal Breast Collar Style E

Tribal Breast Collar Style E
from $295.95

 

The Tied Tribal Breast Collar is a 100% All-Natural Tied Breast Collar. They have 9 strands, are made in the new Tribal design, and include tugs. Hand-made in the USA!

Breast Collar Specifications:

  • 9 Strands
  • Colors: Vegetable Based Dyed Mohair in various color combinations
  • Length: 36 Inches

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