Our latest creation is leg ropes designed for the surfer that wants a dependable leash that will last for years.

We have gone back to basics and are using the knot method to join the urethane to the ankle strap and rail saver. This method leaves no weak points in the leash as moulded ends can do. We only use the right urethane that was initially produced for this purpose and has the right amount of stretch while remaining strong enough to handle the big wipe outs.

All leg ropes are hand made by myself using locally sourced materials of the best quality available. We wouldn't make something for you we weren't prepared to use ourselves.

We can custom make leg ropes to any length, any ankle size (even to fit under the knee) for whatever purpose. We also create big wave leg ropes for those chosen few who wish to take on the large waves and are constantly testing our product to make sure that you stay connected to your board at all times.

“For over fifty years I have been consistently surfing the biggest swells to be found in Victoria, from solid Bells on the Surf Coast to the most challenging big days on the South West coast.

My surfing equipment must be strong and reliable. My boards are heavy and thick, allowing me to paddle into big waves but equally important when I am far out at sea, is a leg rope that I can totally trust.

For the last three years, Duncan has worked tirelessly to develop and improve his leg ropes in order to give me the faith and trust that is needed when I am facing a 15ft closeout on the head!

Having tried every name brand over the years, I believe Duncan’s leg ropes have been the most reliable.

Duncan can add extra safety features and customise leg ropes to satisfy any surfer.”

Russell McConachy



100% designed and made in Australia by myself leaving no stone unturned, always striving to make the next one better.


Tested and proven at Two Mile Bay, Port Campbell by the surfing legend Russell McConnachy.


All materials are locally sourced by the best producers in the industry.


We use extra padding where required for the most comfortable fit around. It won't tear your leg off or cut your board in half.