Filson Shelter Cloth Dog Coat

Filson Shelter Cloth Dog Coat
Filson Shelter Cloth Dog Coat
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Shelter Cloth Dog Coat by Filson
Whether you live in Chicago or hunt in chilly days of November, your best friend will be eternally grateful for the Filson Shelter Cloth Dog Coat. The oil-finished cotton resists a light drizzle and bitter lake winds, and the moleskin collar won't rub your four-pawed friend the wrong way. This wool-lined coat stays on your pup's back, whether he's a bit thick through the middle or not, with two hook-and-loop adjustable closures.

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SKU: FSN000Q
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