Ruffwear Fernie Jacket

Ruffwear Fernie Jacket
Ruffwear Fernie Jacket
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Fernie Jacket by Ruffwear
At this point, you've just conceded to the fact that your dog outdoes you at everything. That pesky pooch can run faster, jump higher, hike longer, and now, with the Ruffwear Fernie Dog Sweater, look cooler than you. Cozy sweater-knit fabric with a fleecy interior provides low-bulk warmth that dries in a flash when Spot takes a nosedive into the snow in hot pursuit of rogue chipmunks. Wish as you might, you can't slow your dog down, and the zippered closure, performance fit, and sleeved style won't either--this technical piece offers a full range of motion for active K9s. When flakes start falling, the Fernie can be layered underneath other Ruffwear coats. And no, it doesn't come in human sizes.

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SKU: RUFZ10O
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