Made in Germany, Herold Solingen's Kern-Juchten Leather Strop is an authentic tool that was built for quality sharpening. The stropping surface is made of a special Russian leather, acclaimed for its hard-wearing surface and exceptional sharpening ability. The 2 end caps are neatly sewn to the strop, the holding end with a metal D-handle, and the other hand with a swivel hook, securing it place while you hone. The strop showcases extra width, making it easier for you to sharpen more of your blade's surface at once. Pair this fine strop with your personal straight razor, and never shave with a dull edge again.
Since 1919, Herold Solingen has been producing premium quality leather strops as razor honing tools. Made by Kohl & Laibach out of Solingen, Germany, these strops use a special Russian leather and a vegetable tanning process to create strops of unparalleled quality and craftsmanship.
Made in Solingen, Germany
Stropping Area: 15" x 3.1"
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