First of all lets get this out of the way... it's a leash loop... i get it. It not's that complicated. But there is a right and wrong way to use them, and there are bad, good, and better ways to make them.
I use a specific knot that fit inside the rail saver extending your leash's life.
After the knot is tied a specialized glue seals it up.
Then i wrap it and shape it in a special rubber coating.
Did i go too far? probably... it's just a leash loop.
The real advantage is extending the leash life. Then the knot end of my leash goes in the leash's rail saver. This is always the weak point in a leash because the thin nylon leash loops cuts the rail saver up as it moves around. My leash loops will add cushion and disperse pressure on the rail savers nylon cord to extend the life of your leash preventing premature tear outs. There is a general rule to keep the knot out of the rail saver to prevent the velcro splitting. My knot and build is designed to work this way, but in general don't just shove your knot in the rail saver.
The properly installed leash will have a 1,000lb+ tensile strength. And the knot should last forever. So you're down to UV damage being the reason these wouldn't last forever. To maximize the life we use a USA made 8 strand cord that has a UV resistance sheath.
I think that's way too much thought put into a leash loop, but that's what leads to bombproof design. These ones should treat you well. So measure the length you'll need (distance from leash plug to top edge of rail) and get yours today.
Comes in a pair of 2 with about a half inch difference in lengths when looped on the board. This will ensure you have the proper fit for your leash plug location and/or you can use for 2 boards.
Currently colors are random. Comment in checkout which color you prefer and i'll do my best to match.