Lightweight InsulationLightweight Insulation


All-season comfort and protection for ruff trails.

Designed for use with Ruffwear’s Bark’N Boots, the Bark’N Boot Liners provide comfort and added protection for your dog on rough or abrasive trails. Ruffwear designed these little booties to wick moisture in warm conditions and increase insulation when your pup goes snowshoeing or skiing with you. The double-knit construction also features a reinforced toe box and cuff for durability. Ruffwear recommends trimming your dog’s nails to extend the life of these liners.

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5 5

I like the socks!

I bought the socks and the shoes. I think, it is more comfortable for my dog. They prevent his paws from irritation. It also makes it much easier to pull on the shoes. They absorb humidity now in the summer, when we are on our way with the bike.

5 5

Dog socks? Not as stupid as I thought...

Bought the Bark n Boots for a 9 mile hike this weekend in the Uintas. The 80lb weimaraner can never last more than a few minutes in the snow before his feet get too cold and then he just sits there watching us trek on... The boots fit great and I never had any problems with them falling off, but as we hiked on, they started filling up with snow. Eventually, he just stopped and sat there like before.

I bought the liners just in case. I thought they were semi-ridiculous but they actually ended up saving the day! The snow was creeping into the shoes and making his feet cold, so he would just sit there as before. I gave the socks a try and we had no problems from there on. The socks kept the snow out of the shoes and his feet dry.