The Kudu is one of the most popular antelopes of South Africa, it is a graceful buck and well known for its ability to breach a 2.4 meter fence from a standing position and also much higher obstacles with a bit of forward momentum. It is also renowned for causing accidents at night as it travels over fences next to the roadside, and with a colour much resembling a tar road they are damn near impossible to spot in time when travelling fast enough.
This brush is turned to a semi-round state to offer some interesting and comfortable gripping options, I just love placing my thumb on the flat end with fingers curled around the rounded side, but you may think otherwise. It is quite a large brush in spirit, stature and knot and will reward handsomely when it starts to produce lather
Just look at the amount of moisture this kudu cow 'barks' out! No face mask and just don't care... what an inconsiderate beast!
Atop this horndle is a 28 mm Finest two band badger knot, one of the most popular natural hair knots used today. The brush weighs 130 grams, stands 132 mm tall, and has dimensions of 29 mm around the waist and 45 mm around its belle, with the loft set at 58 mm.
This brush likes to stand up straight on a solid surface, and due to the shape, size and orientation of the handle won't be tamed to sit and be still on a standard stand.