Ruffwear Polar Trex Pair

Ruffwear Polar Trex Pair
Ruffwear Polar Trex Pair
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Polar Trex Pair by Ruffwear
Regardless of the fact that it's incredibly hilarious to watch your dog slide uncomfortably on icy surfaces, Fido is better off having a hint of traction thanks to the Ruffwear Polar Trex Pairs. Ideal for cold weather, the Polar Trex feature an insulated, softshell fabric for enhanced defense against chilly snow and equally as chilly temperatures. Meanwhile, the Vibram outsole maintains just-enough traction so Fido doesn't go careening off and hurt themselves, and the hook-and-loop closure maintains a personalized fit. Ruffwear emphasizes that you measure the length of your dog's paws to ensure that you buy the right fit, otherwise you risk losing a boot or cramping Fido's foot (and style--after all, there's nothing more embarrassing than the Dreaded Boot Walk). Additionally, it's important to note that this edition includes two boots instead of four.

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SKU: RUF003C
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