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SATURDAY 26th JUNE to TBA 2021*

Due to the NSW governments stay at home orders.

Sax Fetish will not be open to the public.

you can still purchase online and receive free shipping all week.

We will also have click & collect available .

Sunday & Monday CLOSED

Zip Pay @ Sax Fetish06-Nov-2020

We know times are tough for many of our customers. Covid normal looks very different to our old normal. Responding to the times, you have asked us for a buy now, pay later option. We are pleased we can now offer this service in partnership with ZIP


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Shipping Times02-Sep-2020

Australia Post Express 1-7 Days*

Sendle Couriers Metro areas 1-7 Days*

Sendle Couriers Rural areas 1-14 Days*

*COVID-19 update: Due to the increased demand on delivery providers (reduced flights, lockdown restrictions, border closures etc) you may experience some pickup and delivery delays. We’re working as fast as we can to get your parcels delivered – thanks so much for your patience!

About Us05-Aug-2020

Who is Sax Fetish , A look behind the business




Leather body harnesses are one of our many specialties at Sax Fetish / L&D. The look, the fit, the quality and the designs are things we have sent many years fine tuning so we can offer the best possible harnesses on the market.
We start with the choices of leather. We make our harnesses available in a choice of belting leather (latigo) or a three-fold thickness of stitched motor cycle weight garment leather (nappa). We choose high grade Italian belting butt for our harnesses. The raw material is expensive compared to many other options available from our suppliers. Not only do we choose the best leather available to us we hand select each hide to avoid as far as possible scratches, brands and irregularities from the animal’s skin. When fitted correctly by our expert staff these harnesses look great, feel horny and have the robust strength for some hot and heavy play.
There are many cheaper options out there but your bargain may not turn out to be such great value for money. Some cheaper belting leather may have a laminated surface finish. If you bend the leather back and forth you can see that the surface will wrinkle. It will often move separately to the backing. If it is like that when new you can be assured that with movement and strain this will not wear well over time.
Another “nasty” out there in bargain harness land is what we call “McNugget” leather. Regrettably this “raw material” is very commonly used by Chinese manufacturers. In reality they probably invented it. The principle of how the leather is made is the same way the fast food giants make a chicken nugget. You take all the “meat and gristle” that is not a prime cut, mulch it together, add a binding agent (glue) and apply heat. In the world of leather once this composite product becomes worn, stressed or wet it starts to look and behave like cardboard. Now don’t fret if you have fallen for this “genuine leather” stamp. We routinely get requests to repair belts made on behalf of some of the biggest names in the fashion world made using this exact technique. A high ticket price and a hot fashion label does not always guarantee a quality product.
For those who prioritised comfort over strength our Nappa harnesses are perfect. Apart from our logo, our Nappa harnesses are recognisable as being constructed from three layers of rugged Motor Cycle Leather. Motor Cycle leather refers to a garment style of leather whose thickness ranges between .9mm and 1.4mm. For regular garments, underwear, shorts etc. we choose skins of between .7mm and .9mmm maximum to give you that soft lustrous feel. The type of hide we choose for harnesses needs more strength that this. The hides we use has a lovely pebbled finish so to look at you are reminded this is a natural product with texture and grain. The substance of the motor cycle hides give a weight to our harnesses that positively oozes testosterone.
The choice of fittings that go into making our harnesses receives the same level of attention as choosing the right leather. Most people are surprised to know that we source the various metal components from five different specialist suppliers. Eyelets come from a Company that just makes eyelets and, can you believe it, they still make them right in Melbourne? We love stories of the survival and success of other Australian manufacturers. So there are buckles to source, there are rivets, keepers and saddlery rings. All of these fittings are nickel plated so if you have a nickel intolerance let us know in advance we can often customise a solution for you.

The other warning to put out there is about the free and loose use of the description “Stainless Steel”. We have seen literally hundreds of sites proclaiming their metal products or fittings to be Stainless Steel. In cyber land it seems that Stainless Steel has become the generic description for anything chromed, metal or shiny. The reality is that very few of these fittings are available in actual Stainless Steel. Where they are it is with limited sizing, often prohibitively expensive and usually designed for a more industrial application.
Fear not, your nickel fittings can deliver many happy years of wear if you treat them right. The main enemy of metal is moisture. Left over time sweat, bodily fluids, water and lube can all cause your fittings to tarnish and ultimately rust. It’s not so great for the leather either. Too much moisture in contact with leather will attract mould spores. At the end of the night dry it off. Towel it down. Just a little bit of love and your harness with love you right back for it. A couple of tips though.
- Your mag wheel cleaner from Kmart will also smarten up your metal fittings a treat. Try applying it with an old toothbrush so it is contained to the metal and you will keep any harsh chemicals away from the leather as much as possible.
- Most decent jewellery shops will sell polishing cloths for very modest sum. They are perfect for restoring that brand new lustre to faded metal fittings. There are no chemicals involved with the jewellery cloth so you don’t risk compromising the leather. When you are done with your harness you won’t be able to resist the temptation to shine up your ring.
If your leather becomes dry and cracked looking then come and see us about an appropriate dressing. Do not get caught up in the idea that when it is new leather it should be dressed to make it softer. It’s a myth. Wear and use will make it softer. Remember your Dad or you uncle had this favourite old leather jacket. It had worn right into his shape and fitting like a comfy shoe. Same with your harness, wear it and it will soften with you. Of course if it’s a new belt leather harness and you are off to a big ol’ leather party that night then you do risk a bit of chaffing if this is the first time you have worn your harness. At the very least you will probably absorb some of the leather die. It’s alright it won’t hurt you and the jungle combat look is kind of hot anyway but we are digressing. Break down the fibres, rough it up a bit scruff it up and down. It will love it as much as you would. A little bit of rough play will get you both in the mood for your big night out.
We have been making harnesses for a very long time now and we make a lot of them in a heap of different styles across a wide sizing range. The sheer volume of our output together with an outright refusal to compromise on quality has meant we have had to build that better mousetrap. We believe we have struck that right balance combining the uniformity, consistency and accuracy with the processes we have automated with the personal hands on professional craftsmanship. Every strap is made by hand but it may be the hand that guides the clicking press, drives the belt splitter or presses the hydraulic eyelet press. At the end of the various process there is one very last set of hands that makes your harness and they hold a hammer in one and a small cylindrical rivet punch in the other. They also hold your new harness with a sense of pride in a job well done before the item ultimately hits our shelves.

Of course no matter how great a harness is it’s only as good as its fit. We laboured long and hard over our sizing chart to design in as many sizing permutations as we could without compromising on aesthetics. You might notice that each strap on our various buckle harness has five eyelets. The perfect fit is when they are all buckled in the centre at number three. There is balance, symmetry and sufficient adjustment up and down. Eyelet number three means the tongue is just far enough away from the ring(s) and sufficiently secure under the keeper. A well fitted harness should feel firm but not tight or uncomfortable. All of our styles come in Xs, Sm, Md, Lg and XL. If you don’t fit into any of these we are also happy to customise. Checking yourself in the mirror wearing the harness that is right for you and fits you “just so” will make you hot, make you want to push out your chest and bring out the bedroom gladiator in every man.
All of our staff are well versed in how to fit a harness for you and can give you some really valuable input into what harness will look best on you. We have incorporated features like embossing our logos into the shoulder straps so you will always get it on the right way up no matter how dark that room might be. We have also tried to accommodate designs to flatter a wide variety of body type so take on boards their advice. We won’t try and talk you out of something if you have your heart set on it but we really do want to send you and our harness out there looking smick together and ready to create some hot and horny new memories.

Cock and Ball 05-Aug-2020


The how & why , and the different reasons for wearing a cock ring or cock and ball toys






Since 2000 we have been committed to bringing you the best products from Australia and Overseas at a fair price. We live in a highly competitive environment these days and we would like to think that our pencil is as sharp as ever. As we have secured better deals from suppliers or been able to achieve more favourable exchange rates we have tried to pass these savings on to you the consumer. From time to time though we know others will advertise a cheaper price on particular products. We guarantee to match any advertised price from any Australian retailer (whether that is a bricks and mortar store or a web based business) on an identical product. Don't be fooled though. There can be a world of difference in the quality of the various fetish products businesses offer. We strive to bring to the best quality possible and will only price match on identical items. Beware of the many cheap and nasty copies of the world famous L&D and SAX Fetish labels

Sax Fetish Shop Hours 247 Oxford Street12-Jun-2020

Edit Closed Sunday & Monday during covid lockdown

Saxenfelt Latex15-Jun-2016

Dick Savvy 17-Sep-2015


What you need to know before buying a Leather Harness


Q and A08-Oct-2014

The questions we are asked everyday now answered


Members login20-Feb-2014







The great success of overseas retailing juggernauts rolling out flagship stores in Australia have been hailed as a bright spot in an otherwise decimated Australian retail climate. Zahra, Top Shop and Gap have all received huge attention in the media for their Australian ventures. Most particularly the accolades of the business press. These mass market retailers have been widely praised for their fast fashion business models. We hear they are tapping in to Australia’s appetite for on-trend, disposable fashion. But are they giving dozy local retailers a shake up as we hear or will this new trend simply destroy the fundamentally delicate balance of small hard working independent retailers that are mostly hanging on to their life work for grim death through no fault of their own. It is always disheartening to see how many column inches are given over to lambast Australian retail for failing to adopt Northern Hemisphere best practices and as e-commerce laggards. The authors almost exclusively compare retail statistics without any critical analysis or understanding of the local environment and the unique factors that effected retailing in Australia. That however is an entire article on its own. One on which I could write screeds and probably will. For now back to the foreign corporate retail invasion.
These giant International retailers have a number of clear competitive advantages over local retailers, whether they are Dorothy’s Designer Dresses or David Jones. Operating globally provides these Companies economies of scale which can be used to bring products to Australia at the lowest price possible. Sounds reasonable but strip back that veil and those practices can quite easily be seen for what they really are and for the discomfort the underlying practices rightly should bring to our Western sensibilities.
Globalisation was once touted as the ultimate efficiency of the free market to find the natural advantage of each Country and ultimately bring about the geographical redistribution of labour, resources, equipment and capital where it will find its greatest efficiencies. Of course that highly theoretical model of perfect economics has little real credibility outside of university campuses. Much like the experimentation with Communism. Sounded great in theory but where has it actually been proved to work? Certainly not the rampantly capitalist China, Russia hung on for grim death, Cuba – you can’t fund an economy on the sale of cigars and, now really – that whacky North Korea – it’s not exactly a beacon of the Communist model now is it?. So Wikipedia it: Communism – nice theoretical model but it just doesn’t work.

So the real world is essentially based on Capitalism peppered here and there with social experimentation. In this world dedicated to gain and betterment Globalisation simply means large corporates have free licence to seek out the cheapest source of any product, service or resource they require and will leverage their economic power to exploit the most advantageous outcome for their bottom line. This may take the form of ignoring violations of human rights for a cheap source of labour, by-passing obstructive environmental law, legally side stepping the unpleasantness of tax regimes, or even enjoying the welcoming benevolence of Governments who will over subsidies foreign investment by potential employers. Of course the sheer size of some of these international corporates means the third world actively courts their business and will make considerable concessions in exchange for their financial patronage.
It’s not just the Third World that is prone to come under the spell of the Corporate Giant. We now read that the Government of the U.K. pays more to Amazon in Subsidies than the amount of tax the Company pays back to in that Country. Of course that is in part due to the elaborate cross boarder tax structures that allow that Company to legally pay very little tax at all anywhere in the world. Was this really what the voting public of the United Kingdom mandated David Cameron to do with the government coffers though?
As shocking as these practices may sound they continue because of the simply economic laws of supply and demand. Dubious corporate behaviour does not happen in a vacuum and for the most part it is not illegal. While there are consumers who are not just prepared to buy the resultant products but to queue in greedy anticipation for the latest release there remains strong economic motivation to perpetuate business models that are at complete odds with our personal ethics.
It is rather easy to collectively demand a higher standard of corporate conduct but are you prepared to make that vote with your wallet? Every purchasing decision we make has potentially profound consequences well beyond the effect on our household or personal budget. In Buddhist terms – if an illegally constructed factory collapses in Bangladesh and not one in the West hears it over the “ca-ching” of the cash register, did it really happen? Well not if it compromises the purchase of my gorgeous new Zahra blazer at $69.95. “Didn’t hear a thing”.
The appalling conditions of machinists in Mumbai are not likely to change while we, in countries like Australia, shop by price and ignore the “Made in………” lablelling. Factories will continue to collapse in Bangladesh if we turn our backs on our own Australian manufacturers. Small Australian Owned, Australian Made businesses will drift sideways or elect to do something more lucrative with their time and capital or just give up entirely without the ongoing support of our local shoppers.

Much of Australia’s nuvo poor is destined to come from the multidimensional pressures of unprecedented displacement brought about by globalisation. Will your job survive? Will your industry even exist in Australia in 5 years time? Not if it is in any way whatsoever related to making cars it won’t. But that is just the tip of the frenetic media iceberg. Rightly Hawke and Keating opened Australia up to the forces of the global economic winds but forget your future if someone in India can do your job cheaper and deliver service to an inbox overnight, a Pilipino is more adept than you at photo-shop, a young Serbian girl is better connected through social media to spread the word about your business that you ever will be able to or a Chinese factory can make an identical replica of your product delivered to your door in seven working days for half the price of your electricity bill. Into the Valley of death strode 10,000 men…. or 22 million men, women & children. Australia has drunkenly stumbled into the abyss of Globalisation while the effects go largely unnoticed by a population who are busily distracted booking their next holiday in Bali. “We stay at the same resort each year so we no longer use a travel agent. We book it all on-line”.
The future for Australia will not just be shaped by international competition and the roller coaster supply chain of iron ore to China. Technology is overtaking many traditional businesses which will go the way of the 1 hour Photo Shops (note – not the software – remember those quaint old 35mm rolls of film). How quickly will we forget which building the local Video Store used to be in. “Was it that shop next to that Fruit & Veg store near the lights?”. It only took a couple of years before the relevance of the name went the way of the Dodo. Somehow the DVD Store or the Blue Ray Store never took hold.
Technology and most particularly the internet will continue to bring a staggering array of options right to our fingertips. As Australians we love that. We have always been early adopters back from fax machines, VCR’s and mobile phones.
How many of the choices we make will enhance our constantly connected personal lives to the absolute detriment of Australian business and Australian jobs. We all grasp our wallet more tightly than ever before but we are also better informed and educated about our choices than at any other time. The only given is change and change is happening exponentially. Don’t lament the passing of your favourite local small businesses after they have gone because it might just disappear overnight. Choose to support them now so they can continue to serve you tomorrow. Get out from behind your screen and walk up to your local shopping strip. Buy Australian Made Australian Owned when the choice is there. 

Roger & Bryce - New Harness08-Feb-2012