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Ruffwear Bark'n Boot Liners - Set of 4


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    Paw comfort for your four-legged friend.

    Designed for use with Ruffwear's Bark'n Boots, the Bark'n Boot Liners help enhance fit and comfort on poochy paws. A poly-and-spandex blend helps manage moisture and warmth, and a tapered cuff helps keep the liners from shifting during playtime. A curved claw box and tapered cuff are designed to fit a dog's anatomy without bunching or sliding down. The Bark'n Boot Liners are ideal if your dogs has dew claws.

    • Comfort stretch poly spandex blend
    • Tapered cuff
    • Curved claw box
    • Machine washable
    • Quick-drying
    • Moisture-wicking
    • Item #RUF000O

    Tech Specs

    90% polypropylene, 10% spandex
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Sizing Stinks

      I wanted to love these. But I seem to never be able to find a right fit in Ruffwear products for my Hungarian Vizsla. I rarely struggle as much with other brands. Normally, a 55lb tall, lean, muscular dog is a size large, or medium at the smallest. I’ve found with Ruffwear’s stuff she can be anywhere from a XS to a Large. These aren’t an exception. With the sizes “XXS-XS” and then “S-M” available, I went with the latter, thinking “there’s no way my Vizsla is an XXS anything”. I was wrong. The S-M are huge. I wish they were more consistent with their sizing.

      Great supplement to Ruffwear boots

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought these since it seemed like a pretty simple idea, I wouldn't go hiking without socks in my own boots. They are easier to put on a bare paw than the boots by themselves and really aid in putting the boots on. Cinder didn't seem to mind even when the rear ones slid down and bunched up. I'll be buying another set for her rear paws since they are smaller.

      We spent a day out in the mud at the SSCXWC PDX race and she ran through the sticky mud, puddles, and had a good time. Once I pulled these off back at the truck her paws were clean and fairly dry! I was very impressed with the pair of boots and liners.

      Great supplement to Ruffwear boots

      Pretty impressed with your comment after viewing this picture! Based on your comment, I'll be giving these a try. Thanks for taking the time to share & provide a pic (it really is worth a thousand words). My German Shep/Husky mix hates getting his feet wet/dirty. Beautiful dog! Happy adventures 🙂

      Worth It

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These are a necessity for the boots. These socks make it so much easier to slip the booties onto your dog's paw, and help get over the dew claw.

      *Be sure to measure the front AND back paws (my dogs back paws are 1/2 an inch smaller than the front)

      help bark'n boots grip trex stay on

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought Ramsey the Bark'n Boots Grip Trex to try to keep his feet from getting huge painful iceballs when we go out in the snow. They really didn't stay on well at all until I got these liners. They seemed a little floppy on his feet even though I bought the recommended size.

      With the liners, the boots stay on unless we spend some time in deep snow. They're great for groomed or hardpacked trails, even with a bit of fluff on top.

      They also seem to help keep more snow out of his boots. A bit gets in the top of the boots anyway but much less than without the liners. And the liners provide a layer of protection between the stiff boot and his leg and foot.

      As you can imagine they aren't super easy to get on since Ramsey won't hold his ankle stiffly on command but if your dog is a bit patient then getting them on takes a bit of time but is fine.

      help bark'n boots grip trex stay on


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I bought these along with the bark n' boots for my pup. She does really well with the boots alone and doesn't really need these socks. If you're dog is good at kicking off their boots, or if the boots fall off easily then I'd recommend these.

      The Other Half...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I bought these to pair with the Ruffwear Bark'n Boots Grip Trex - Set of 4 (item #RUF0070) I bought for my dog. The booties themselves put together well, but I felt like they may cause some hots spots/blisters so I bought these for extra cushion/preventative measure. I'm glad I did. Having paired the two together, Rufus has never had a blister after wearing the booties.

      Doggie Socks

        We picked up these liners with the original thought that they would help keep the Bark'n Boots in place while in use, rather than the boots flipping around and flying off. After some trial runs, I've found that they don't really help keep them in place at all, but they do have some other nice attributes.
        The biggest advantage to using these liners with the boots is moisture control. Our newfoundland does have some pretty 'sweaty' paws, which have stunk up her booties in the past- these liners do a nice job of wicking that moisture so it doesn't end up compounding and forming a nasty stank. They also are a nice choice for playing in the desert, as they'll reduce abrasion from sand particles that slip into the boots so she doesn't get any raw spots. And though it may be minor, they do make putting on the booties a LOT easier.
        One thing to note is that they themselves are very hard to get on. We have a smaller newfie and even with the largest size liners, it's a little bit of a wrestling match to get them on. They don't bunch at all with use, but I did notice that they slipped down after 30 minutes of running around.
        All in all, they're not entirely perfect in all situations for Camber, but I am glad that we have them in the stash!