Ruffwear - Bark'n Boots Grip Trex (Fall 2015)
Sold in set of 4 boots
Technical specifications & features
|Other Features||Rugged lug pattern provides stability on rough or unstable terrain
Ventilating mesh upper provides breathability and drains quickly
Expansion gusset makes the boots easy to put on
Sure Cinch closure strap provides secure fit, ensuring boots stay on paws
Reflective trim provides visibility in low-light conditions
Seamless construction reduces abrasion and enhances fit
Vibram® sole for high-grip, high-traction, and high-mileage
Non-marking sole is safe for indoor and nautical use
Sizing (Paw Width):
- Very good traction, they stay on. Quality, don't fray.
- These are sold like running shoes I guess, but I have been using them in deep snow too to protect my dog's paws from salt and bitter cold. I gotta say, I am amazed at how well these stay on, and they don't even require me adjusting them mid-outing. My dog walks, wrestles, and jumps around in deep snow with these. They are super-easy to get on, I always leave a 1/4 inch to give his nails some room, and the straps seem comfortable. These are way superior to muk-luks, and more resilient than balloon-boots. I will use them anytime I let him off leash, as he has cut himself twice on broken glass in the grass. I am going to get another set to have handy in my truck.
- Not quite what I need, but the best I can find
- We like to do a lot of hiking with our 85 lb German Shepherd in the mountains. Unfortunately, she has soft back pads and tends to tear them on rocky terrain. The boots do the trick, but tend to get caught under her dew claw, fall off, and turn upside down. We spend a lot of time readjusting the shoes - so the socks are definitely needed as they keep her feet clean of dirt since the shoes tend to not stay put. I can't say I love these shoes as there is still much to be desired, but in the world of dog shoes, these are the best we've found so far.
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