Closeouts. Protect your pooch's paw pads from sharp rocks, snow and hot pavement with Ruff Wear's Bark'n Boots Grip Trex dog shoes. Touch-fasten adjustable straps keep them comfortably secured, and the Vibram® rubber outsole provides a secure grip.
Breathable mesh upper drains water
Touch-fasten adjustable strap
Non-marking Vibram® rubber outsole with omnidirectional "X" lugs
Reviewed by Benny's best friend from Knoxville, TN on Monday, January 7, 2013
Perfect to protect their little paws from snow/ice and harmful salt. Haven't used them in the summer yet, but I'm sure they will keep her paws from burning on the pavement when walking in the Tennessee heat.
Reviewed by Furmom from Putney, VT on Monday, December 24, 2012
These work beautifully to provide a stable, non-slippery surface for my rescue cat after he had FHO surgery. They stay put after tightening and are light weight enough that he is able to get around easily.
Reviewed by fossil lover from South Bend IN on Saturday, December 15, 2012
It is obvious that these are remarkably well constructed. I am impressed that they have Vibram soles. The only unknown at this point is whether Enzo will consent to walk in them when there is snow on the ground. We have not yet had any snow here.
Reviewed by Sierra Nevada from MN on Sunday, October 21, 2012
These booties appear to be well made and durable. I measured my 47lb coonhound mixe's feet like the ruff wear website and STP said to do; the width was perfect (my dog is the 2xs widthwise)--BUT the length of the bootie is far to short. Apparently she has very long, narrow feet. None of the reviews out there mentioned the length of the bootie. In fact, they said to trust the width and order that. So, if your dog has compact, round feet and not snowshoe hare feet like mine, you will love these! Wish I could get a pair that would work for her. :(
Best Uses: Indoors, Outdoors, Small Dogs
Cons: Way Too Short For My Dog
Describe Yourself: Avid Skijorbikejor, Multiple Dog Owner
I have to 80lbs Labs, I would order a L (Width 3 IN) or XL (Width 3.25 IN). I have noticed if the boots are to tight and don't allow the dogs feet to spread out when they step it can make walking hard and cumbersome.
Answered on 12/13/2011 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
I have to labs myself, I would order a L (Width 3 IN) or XL (Width 3.25 IN). I have noticed if the boots are to tight and don't allow the dogs feet to spread out when they step it can make walking hard and cumbersome.
Answered on 11/18/2011 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post