Our Hemp Webbing Explained

When choosing your Bohemi pet wear, you will notice we offer three different varieties of hemp webbing ~ RUSTIC, SUPER SOFT & HEAVY DUTY. Below we explain the differences to help you better understand the right fit for you & your fur friend. All three options are made from 100% organically grown, pure hemp that's naturally hypoallergenic & antimicrobial. 
Learn more about the benefits of hemp.   

OUR PROMISE ~ We carefully select our Hemp from ethical farms & suppliers who ensure fair working conditions, fair wages & the highest environmental standards. There are no chemicals used to grow, mill or process our hemp.

RUSTIC HEMP 
(PREVIOUSLY KNOWN AS OUR ORGANIC HEMP... but now they're all organic)

Pure & Earthy. Our RUSTIC Hemp has a beautiful, raw, natural look with a smooth finish. 100% organically grown & artisan woven in Europe, the earthy texture adds a touch of style while utilising the strength & durability of hemp. Lightweight & flexible, our RUSTIC range is a great choice for nature loving dogs of all sizes.  

SUPER SOFT HEMP 
(NOT AVAILABLE IN 19mm ANYMORE, SORRY)

Oh So Soft! Our SUPER SOFT Hemp combines the natural strength of hemp with a luxurious, ultra lightweight feel. It will mould gently around your dog's neck & your hand for ultimate comfort. If the barely there feeling is something you've been after, then look no further. Our SUPER SOFT range is the perfect choice for the comfort loving pooch in your life.      

HEAVY DUTY CANVAS HEMP 
(end of line! dON'T WORRY WE HAVE AN EVEN BETTER REPLACEMENT)

Ultra Tough! Our HEAVY DUTY Hemp range is extremely strong & durable. The thick canvas weave makes it slightly heavier than our other options, but it can withstand almost any adventure. Our HEAVY DUTY range is great for highly active & strong dogs that need more robust accessories.

DURABLE EVERYDAY HEMP 
(COMING VERY SOON!)

 

NOTE - Our hemp is completely natural so from time to time, we get slight colour variations in our webbing. The colour of the hemp fibre depends on the amount of rainfall during its growing stage. More rain makes for a natural beige/brown colour, while a drier season will result in a lighter cream coloured fibre. But trust us, they all look great!