Another noteworthy aspect is that the harness is offered as part of a kit, with three options available: standard, premium, and elite. We were fortunate to receive an elite kit, which includes the harness itself, vehicle tethers, an OG leash, an OG collar, an OG leash converter, a poo bag roll holder, and a convenient storage/washing bag.
Additionally, OG generously provided us with a medium two-leg lower tether (the same used in the large and X-large size kits), in addition to the typical single-leg medium tether, allowing for a thorough comparison and review.
The kit you select will ultimately determine the number of accessories you receive, although all kits include the harness, OG leash converter, and vehicle tethers as standard. Currently, the OG Defender Harness is available in four sizes (small, medium, large, x-large), and it comes in six different colors.
For small and medium harness kits, both a seatbelt and a carabiner tether are included. In the large and x-large harness kits, you’ll receive a carabiner tether (like the small and medium kits) as well as a stronger, more robust dual-clip tether designed to connect to the lower child seat anchor points in your car’s back seat (we tested both options).
Both premium and elite kits come with an OG leash included, utilizing the same OG patented hardware. However, the standard kit does not include a leash, making the OG leash converter a useful addition. This means you can fully utilize the harness’s many features even if you prefer to use your own non-OG leash.