OllyDog Hi Vis Reflective Dog Vest - Large
About OllyDog Hi Vis Reflective Dog Vest - Large
Closeouts. Keep your dog visible at night and in the field with the Blaze Orange color and reflective trim of OllyDog's Hi Vis reflective vest.
Specs about OllyDog Hi Vis Reflective Dog Vest - Large
- Material: Polyester
- Weight: 3.4 oz.
- Dimensions: Girth 24-40", back length 19"
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Okitatsu from California on Monday, January 5, 2015Covers the baskets well and give us reassurance when hiking at night
Reviewed by timberdoodledude from Michigan on Tuesday, December 23, 2014I thought this would be useful for keeping track of a dog in the woods. Less than 5 minutes in, one of the nylon straps was unravelling. I was able to tie it around the dog's waist, but a few minutes later, it was just gone.
This would probably be great for city folk who like to dress their dogs up for a nightly stroll, but if you let your dog run, he'll ruin this quick.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by J from Boulder, CO on Sunday, December 7, 2014Looks well built, and is definitely bright. We put it on our 60 lb shepherd mix, and the large fit well. He has not worn it much yet, so I can't comment if it is going to shift/roll yet.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hunny Girl from Webster NH on Wednesday, December 3, 2014This vest is perfect for my 70 lb golden retriever. She is very active and loves to roll around in the snow and grass. This vest stays put and is lightweight and doesn't restrict her movement in any way. Easy to put on and take off as well. Perfect choice at a great price!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Industry kids from maine on Wednesday, November 26, 2014My dogs like them
Question & Answer
This item is not designed for protection, it is made of a light-weight nylon. This item is designed to help increase visibility of the dog.
I returned this vest (because it was smaller and lighter than I thought. It is pretty thin nylon and is clearly more for visibility than protection. Nothing short of a canvas or leather breast plate would help with barbed wire anyway, though. Even if it was the most durable fabric ever, it goes on the dog's shoulders and back, not its chest and throat, which are likely to take the brunt of brambles and fences.