Hurtta Winter Jacket and Raincoat Size Chart
|24/9||24cm/9"||31 - 35cm/12 - 14"||39 - 45cm/14 - 18"|
|27/11||27cm/11"||32 - 36cm/12 - 14"||40 - 50cm/16 - 20"|
|30/12||30cm/12"||36 - 40cm/14 - 16"||42 - 52cm/17 - 21"|
|33/13||30cm/12"||40 - 45cm/16 - 18"||57 - 63cm/22 - 25"|
|36/14||36cm/14"||47 - 52cm/19 - 21"||60 - 66cm/24 - 26"|
|40/16||40cm/16"||47 - 52cm/19 - 21"||64 - 70cm/25 - 28"|
|42/17||42cm/17"||39 - 44cm/15 - 17"||58 - 64cm/23 - 25"|
|45/18||45cm/18"||50 - 55cm/20 - 22"||64 - 70cm/25 - 28"|
|50/20||50cm/20"||55 - 60cm/22 - 24"||70 - 76cm/28 - 30"|
|55/22||55cm/22"||59 - 69cm/23 - 27"||83 - 93cm/33 - 37"|
|60/24||60cm/24"||59 - 69cm/23 - 27"||88 - 98cm/35 - 39"|
|65/26||65cm/26"||59 - 69cm/23 - 27"||92 - 102cm/36 - 40"|
|70/28||70cm/28"||63 - 73cm/25 - 29"||98 - 108cm/39 - 43"|
|75/30||75cm/30"||62 - 72cm/25 - 29"||98 - 108cm/39 - 43"|
|80/33||80cm/33"||67 - 77cm/26 - 30"||102 - 112cm/40 - 44"|
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4.125000 5 Overall Rating: 4.1 Based on 40 reviews
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by motobbq from Chicago on Tuesday, October 21, 2014
I've been looking for a Hhuurrttaa for my dog but the full price is a little prohibitive. Had to jump on the deal through Sierra Trading Post. The size 20 just fits my 65 lb. American Pit Bull Terrier... he better not get fat. For reference, he has an 18" neck, 31" chest, and is 21" long. Hard to fi... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by toad76 from Denver, Co on Wednesday, February 17, 2016Following the size charts this jacket should have fit my dog (shiba inu/cocker cross). The length was perfect. But the opening between the two front leg holes was too narrow. I would consider my dog a rather narrow chested breed. So if your dog has wide chest at all, either order up on the size chart or go elsewhere. I have several other hurta products (y harness, winter coat, collar, etc) and they all fit her fine. They fit great and have really held up over time.
As for construction and quality of this fleece, it looked and felt great. The material was pretty dense, I expected it to be thinner & softer somehow. But this material really seemed like it would be perfect for cutting the wind on a cold day. If stp had the next size up, I would have tried it. I don't think I was the only person that had to send it back. When I got it, I found an errant hair or two. So someone else had probably already sent it back before me. I used half a lint brush trying to get my dog's hair off it in order to send it back.
Reviewed by EH from London on Thursday, March 19, 2015I bought this for my 7 KG female Jack Russell. I was surprised by how far short the jacket fell from what I needed.
I've used it during a cold and wet Fall, and stopped using it before Winter as the inside would get sopping wet. I don't know if the water goes straight through the fabric, or via the material around the leggings, or what. This is now a back-up back-up jacket if everything else is wet, muddy, or in the wash. I had actually convinced myself that I must have been mistaken and it is not waterproof, until I saw the description again here and felt obliged to write a review to give others a heads up.
Other than not being waterproof the jacket is a good fit, although the leg holes are too tight and getting her paws through has to be done by threading them through the knit part, with the dogs cooperation.
The absolute best dog jackets I have had were from STP, made by Columbia, but they have not been available anywhere for years. I've gotten probably 5 different ones since then and they all have shortcomings. The dog jackets I have from Columbia are literally coming apart at the seams, zips are busted, but I still use them on a daily basis they are so perfectly fitting, waterproof, and comfy for her.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Darlin from Pennsylvania on Thursday, March 12, 2015Heard about the brand on Facebook, so thought I'd try it for my old "guy" as he needs the extra warmth on these cold winter days. This coat is perfect even for inside wear. He's 14 years old and shivers a lot even in a warm house. The fluorescent stripes on the side of the coat help me keep track of him when he goes out to do his business at bedtime. He's getting a bit senile and wanders around sometimes. Sierra had several of this brand's products available and at sale prices. Very pleased, and will definitely continue to be a Sierra customer in the future.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by brrrr Maine winters from Maine on Monday, February 16, 2015good zipper, coverage and not too bad to get on Snowy and Cold in New England this winter for a little puppy. 11 pounds with boundless energy. This jacket has allowed us to plow through deep snow and when we get back inside the snowballs are only on her feet so warm up/ drying time is reduced.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chaucer's Mama from New England on Thursday, February 12, 2015I've coveted this coat for some time now. Living in New England with a rather low-to-the-ground, long-furred dog, I'd often wished I had a wet suit for my boy. Walking him in rainy/snowy weather is like walking a wet mop. Online searches turned up the Hurtta dog coat line, but the prices were pretty steep, so I was thrilled to see this waterproof fleece jacket on sale here. I ordered it during the last storm in January, with an extra percentage off, and received it in the midst of the next storm the following week. Great timing.
I'm very pleased with the product. The jacket is well-constructed and pretty easy to put on - if you have a patient dog, that is. Because the jacket zips from tail to neck, I find it best to face my dog, place the coat on the floor at his feet, help his front paws through, and then draw the sides of the coat up to zip it closed. My boy got used to the sleeves pretty quickly and has no problems wearing them. He loves running or body surfing through the deep snow we have and this jacket protects him perfectly. His belly and chest, the areas of worst exposure to wet and snow/ice balls, are completely dry. I love having to wipe off only his paws and nose when he comes from romping. The sizing was a bit tricky. He falls between size, so an 18 - which was unavailable - might have given him more room, but he's managing very well with the more fitted 17. Due to the more fitted size, I haven't had to play with the adjustments too much, only the neck closure. Despite the deep snow he plows through, only a very small amount of snow gets into the cowl and the bungee cord closure keeps it from going very far down his neck. Further adjustment of the cord minimized this even more. His movements are unimpeded and he is no way restricted. He can still run like the wind with his coat on.
We've used this coat several times a day since we got it and we're loving it. Although he has a good thick coat of fur, I think my boy appreciates the wind-blocking feature of this jacket and the extra warmth. He has been able to stay out longer on the single digit/zero degree mornings and evenings we've been having and is back to enjoying his long walks. Pretty easy on, extremely easy off. Snow and moisture bead up and drip right off. It takes no time to dry. It wipes off well so far with just a damp cloth. I'll use his Hurtta raincoat (another extra percent off buy, thank you Sierra Trading Post!) during mud season, but for snowy, windy, cold days this jacket is just perfect. So glad I was able to find one at an affordable price. I've become a big fan of Hurtta coats - and Sierra Trading Post sale prices. I certainly recommend these high-quality products.
Question “Does this jacket zip up the back?”
Answer Yes, it zips up the back.
Answer Yes. If you click on the third photo you can view this feature.
Question “Can you explain the sizing to me? ”
Answer The sizing is in inches, it is the length of the back.
Answer This is from the Hurtta site....
MEASURING THE DOG
1. The back length should be measured from the withers (not the collar) to the base of the tail, while the dog is standing in normal position.
2. The neckline measurement should be taken at the base of the neck, this being the widest point of the neck. The neckline of an overall can be larger than the circumference of the dog’s neck, as it can be adjusted to fit a smaller neck.
3. The chest measurement should be taken at the widest point of the chest, from behind the front legs. To ensure sufficient freedom of movement, the chest of an overall should be 5–20 cm/2-8” wider than the dog’s chest.
4. The front leg length should be measured from the bottom of the rib cage along the inner side of the leg to the wrist bone. The legs of an overall are of an appropriate length when they reach down to the dog’s forearms.
Note: If the purpose of the overall is to protect the fur of a long-haired dog, the legs of the overall can be longer than listed above. In this case, however, the overall should only be worn when the dog is on a leash or under its owner’s supervision.
Answer I used the Hurtta website.http://www.hurtta.com/en/Products
Answer The sizing refers to the back length of your dog. Measure from the base of the neck to the base of the tail. It tends to run small in the chest so, if your dog has a bigger rib cage I would order a larger size.
Answer These are sized based on the back length in inches. We do have a return policy that you can view here: http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/exchange-return/
Answer I looked at hurtta.com and looked up some similar coats and what sizes were recommended for my dog. They size by breed, but you can also look at the size charts to see length, chest, and neck measurements. For example, the fleece jumpsuit on the hurtta site suggests a size 12M for a boston terrier. When you look at 12M on the size chart, it says 12" length, 17" neck, and 24" chest. Sizes seem pretty standard for their coats.
Question “sizing is a bit difficult. We have a 5 month Brittany Spaniel, he will grow but wanted something for him to use now with a bit of wiggle room. We wanted to get in accustomed to wearing something which will help get him ready for packing trips. Thought with the winter months and walking this might be a good introduction.
I need to have help with sizing.
Answer The sizing is done based on back length. If you hover your mouse over or click on the sizes the corresponding numeric size and a breed associated with this size will be displayed.