Hurtta Rain Blocker Eco

Hurtta Rain Blocker Eco
Hurtta Rain Blocker Eco
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Rain Blocker Eco by Hurtta
Hurtta's Rain Blocker Eco is the very same dog rain jacket as Hurtta's original Rain Blocker, except the fabric is 100% recycled for an environmentally friendly construction. Its waterproof fabric includes fully taped seams to provide the same weather protection that high-end ski jackets have, and the high collar includes a protective rain trap to stop your dog's neck from getting wet. There are multiple adjustments to ensure a secure fit, and 3M reflectors add visibility in low light so you, or oncoming traffic, have the chance to see your pooch running through dewy bushes.

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