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SALE SALE SALE SALE......Passing along the savings!

We stumbled across an incredible deal on some lovely hides so we're passing along the savings.

This flogger would usually be priced at $90 but we're offering it for $75.


-Hand selected top-grain soft cowhide lashes - a mix of hunter green and black
-30 black lashes 1/2" wide and 20" long
-Green and black diamond weave handle. 7" long plus turk's heads
-Black Turk's head knots on handle


Our quality floggers are handcrafted from start to finish.

Fantasies In Leather began with the creation of floggers and in the beginning it was an unhurried and time-consuming endeavor. This remains true today as each flogger is created with careful attention to details. Archer personally selects the leather hides for all flogger lashes. This leather is not procured sight unseen but chosen for specific qualities to make superior floggers.

Lashes are hand cut from soft but sturdy sections of animal hides and securely fixed to 7" hardwood handles with a 7/8” diameter.All floggers come complete with wrist strap and hanging loop.

The Turk's head knot is a decorative knot with a basket weave pattern surrounding a cylinder shaped object. The name is used to describe the general family of all such knots rather than one individual knot. The knot was originally named because of its resemblance to a Turban. Most knots used on floggers are variations of the Turk's head knot (sometimes called Monkey Paw, Gifthead or Pineapple). The visual differences are a result of shape and thickness of the material (leather, rope, etc) used and the number of strands of material used.

Most Turk's head knots and other ring knots are used to hide the construction of the flogger. They cover the places where the end of the handle braids are, or where the lashes are attached to the handles. They give the flogger a more finished look and if tied tightly, with leather that stretches a little bit, then they also add to the strength of the construction. A properly placed bottom knot also bundles the tails together. This helps reduce the tendency for the tails to "fly" or break away from each other

Balance is the point at which the weight of the handle equals the weight of the tails. Balance is important so that when swinging the flogger with the hand on the middle of the handle does not work the wrist too hard. A properly balanced flogger also enables the thrower to lay the lashes more precisely on a desired location on the target. The handle and the turkshead knot or other finishing embellishment on the end of the handle counterbalances the falls.

The most common point of balance is in the neck of the flogger. The neck is where the lashes attach to the handle. However it is less important that the point of balance always be at the neck than it is that the point of balance be consistently in the same part of the handle on all your floggers. It is that consistent placement of the point of balance that makes a consistent throw easier. This creates muscle memory and makes it possible to throw the flogger the most accurately with the least amount of stress on the wrist, arm and shoulder.

Floggers are for novelty, decorative or costume use only.


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YES...we do create custom items also!

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