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Glow In The Dark Whips – Nylon Performance Hybrid

Glow In The Dark Whips

This is a matched pair of standard length performance hybrid nylon whips made entirely from light blue glow in the dark parachute cord.  For maximum visibility in all stage conditions, the white handle bases also have a light dusting of glitter.  Happy twisted cracking, Rotten Brothers!

You can find information on how to order your own Performance Hybrid Nylon Whips made by Lauren Wickline at MidWestWhips.com and TheWhipChick.com!

Amanda’s Matched Pair: Custom Rainbow and Glow in the Dark Whips

Glow in the Dark Rainbow Brite Whips

I made this custom matched pair of PH Whips for Amanda based on the Rainbow Brite Inspired Whip she saw over on the Snignal Whip Photo Gallery Blog.  But instead of using plain old white paracord for one of the thong’s accent colors, Amanda wanted something that would glow in the dark!  Blue Rainbow WHipsThe colors used in this Custom Performance Hybrid Nylon Whip pair include: White Rainbow, Light Blue Glow-in-the-Dark, and Electric Blue.   If ever you see a color here on the blog that isn’t listed on our standard color chart, it might be a specialty color that we don’t always have in stock but can sometimes order upon request.  If you’re interested, just ask.

Check out our MidWestWhips Nylon Whips page for more information on how to order your own custom Performance Hybrid whips, or look at our Whips In Stock page to see if we have any already in stock at the moment.


Lisa’s Custom Glow/Reflective Blue Gradient PH Whips

Blue Glow in the Dark Whip

Blue Glow in the Dark WhipI plaited this awesome custom matched pair of Performance Hybrid Nylon Whips for Lisa with Black, Colonial Blue, Glow-in-the-Dark Light Blue, and White w/ Reflective Tracers Paracord.  These whips will really stand out!

If you’re interested in ordering a pair of whips like these, check out my Nylon Whips page on MidWestWhips.com for more information.  You can also browse this gallery blog for color ideas by using the search bar or clicking on a color you’re interested in seeing more of in the tag cloud to the right.


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