Ruffwear Vert Dog Jacket

Ruffwear Vert Dog Jacket
Ruffwear Vert Dog Jacket
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Vert Dog Jacket by Ruffwear
Whether your dog has an official mountain job or not, they work hard when you go on adventures. The Ruffwear Vert Dog Jacket was designed specifically for dogs that work--combining a water- and windproof shell with a cozy fleece lining. This jacket reduces heat loss without minimizing airflow, keeping your pooch from overheating as they run. The Vert features an oversized storm collar for especially harsh conditions, and rear leg loops that can be deployed for windy days or super speedy descents. Reflective trim and a light loop help you locate your pup throughout adventures at any time of day or night, and side release buckles make getting the Vert off a breeze when the adventure's over.

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SKU: RUF003Q
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