Ruffwear Quinzee Insulated Dog Jacket

Ruffwear Quinzee Insulated Dog Jacket
Ruffwear Quinzee Insulated Dog Jacket
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Quinzee Insulated Dog Jacket by Ruffwear
Whether you're camping, ski touring, or just going for a walk, the Quinzee Insulated Dog Jacket will help your dog stay cozy throughout the adventure. The water-resistant fabric repels snow and light rain so the jacket doesn't get soggy, and the synthetic insulation traps in heat even if moisture does manage to get in. The vest style allows your dog to still run and play freely with unrestricted motion while trapping in heat at the core. The self-locking neck zipper provides a custom fit for different dog shapes so it will fit comfortably whether your pup is a heeler or a hound. Buckles at the sides make getting it on and off a breeze, and the integrated stuff sack makes it easy to store between uses.

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SKU: RUF003S
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