Ruffwear Wind Sprinter Dog Jacket

Ruffwear Wind Sprinter Dog Jacket
Ruffwear Wind Sprinter Dog Jacket
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Wind Sprinter Dog Jacket by Ruffwear
Fickle mountain weather requires a back-up jacket for both you and your furry friend. Keep them ready for the changing conditions with the Ruffwear Wind Sprinter Dog Jacket. Ultralight, packable, and side release buckles for an easy on and off make this jacket a quick go to when the wind starts to pick up. They'll be protect from gusts thanks to the wind resistant face fabric and when the wind really blows, leg loops provide a secure fit option to keep the jacket in place. A DWR treatment repels light moisture if you and your pup find yourselves in a surprise storm and reflective trim keeps them visible when the clouds roll in. After the storms pass and the sun comes back out, simply pack the whole jacket into the oversized storm collar for a compact stow until the weather changes again.

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SKU: RUF003P
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