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Ruffwear Summit Trex - Set of 4

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Summit Trex

Keep your best friend's paws protected on long walks across litter-driven roads and rocky trails with the Ruffwear Summit Trex Dog Boots. The non-marking outsole is built to last through high mileage, yet it's flexible from the start so your furry buddy doesn't have to break them in (breaking in usually involves a significant amount of chewing and clawing). While the lower material protects your dog's pads, the upper polyester is PU coated so no unwanted moisture irritates the rest of your dog's paw. And the reflective trim helps you see your pup's scampering feet through the dark nights.

  • Durable, comfortable, and protective boots for your pup
  • Weather-resistant upper is durable and sheds moisture
  • Hook-and-loop closure provides a secure fastening
  • Reflective trim enhances visibility for safety
  • Item #RUF002U

Material
ripstop
Closure Type
hook-and-loop
Recommended Use
hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Best paw safety

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Takes a little getting used to but keeps my pups paws safe on desert trips and hot Utah hikes! Bought a size Large for my husky.

>Rating: 2

Short-hair paws beware!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I’m dealing with the repercussions of using these booties on my Vizsla’s paws. It may just be a short hair, high activity breed thing, but these booties have destroyed her knuckles and wrists/ankles. The material/seams rub so badly they cause bleeding within less than an hour of wear (granted that’s like running a marathon in Vizsla time). I’ve tried loosening and tightening the straps as well as pre-wrapping her paws with additional protection with the same results. Super bummed that these booties are not working out for her but I’ll have to find a softer, less abrasive solution for protecting her short-haired paws.

I had this problem too! I am wondering if sizing up would help?

>Rating: 5

He's definitely a Ruffwear pup!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

This is my dear pup, Woodhouse. In the 4 years he's been my sidekick, we've never had a yard so he's heavily reliant on walks for relief. I always find it hilarious when people laugh as we walk around the neighborhood wearing his boots. But here's the thing, if the back of your hand cannot withstand the heat of the sidewalk or pavement, it's way too hot for a dog's paws. Their pads blister and crack and it's extremely painful for them. His little feet measured between 2.25 inches and 2.5 inches, so I went with the size small. They fit him perfectly and he's a happy little pup trotting the streets for relief!

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>Rating: 5

Awesome booties!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Got these for my Lab/pit mix, it's always great watching the doggo when you put them on for the first time. I highly suggest measuring your dogs paws. It can be a pain but a good fit is worth it otherwise they'll come off pretty easily

>Rating: 5

Good for the pup

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Took a while for him to get used to, but it is worth the effort! Booties are comfortable and durable for Pete and work awesome in the snow on long trips, salty sidewalks in the winter, and should work awesome on walks on the hot concrete. SO grateful for these booties because the snow was really keeping my dog from doing what he loves most! Non-stop running. Now he runs and plays and I don't have to worry at all Sizing is a bit of a pain. If your dogs front paws and back paws differ in size consider buying pairs of different sizes!

>Rating:

Saves his feet

Nero is pretty funny to watch when you first put them on him, but after a few minutes, I think he really enjoys being able to charge around in the desert without getting bloody paws.

Nero

Hi there ! Beatufil dog. What size are those? i have a similar size dog and don´t know which size to pick

>Rating: 5

Year Round Puppy Boots

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I bought this for my dog for snowballs and salt in winter and the rough mountain terrain in spring and summer. We have to protect those paws! I have a 50 lb. male, English Setter and bought a size Medium. They fit him perfectly.

>Rating: 5

Great Bootied!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I finally decided to buy these for my wheaten terriers who have problems with getting snow stuck in-between their pads. The didn't like them at first but the quickly got use to them on the trails and it kept the snow from getting in their pads! I got them the small and they fit great!

>Rating: 5

Dog loves them.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Bought the xs set of 4 for the 3yo dog to keep his paws happy. They fit good on all 4 and stay in place just fine for bike rides and hikes. Recommend using the fit guide on the ruffwear website. Seem to be pretty durable.

>Rating: 3

Seem Great, Couldn't Find the Right Size

Ruffwear makes awesome product, however, I tried 3 different sizes on my dog and couldn't quite find the right fit. Another review suggests buying in pairs with a smaller size for back paws and that is likely a better plan.

>Rating: 3

caution - buy in pairs, not set of 4

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These booties certainly get the job done, once your dog gets used to them. Unfortunately, I bought these booties in a set of four, but beware all big paws are not BIG paws. In hindsight, I should have purchased Duke's booties in pairs - front & back pair separately. While Duke is a size LARGE for his front paws, he probably would have fit better in a medium pair for his back end. Again, these booties get the job done, hey are heavy duty and protecting my old boy from the sharp salt stones & burn, of which has been terrible this year - but I definitely advise prospective buyers to purchase dog booties in pairs, rather than sets of FOUR.