Exclusive green color! Equip your dog with Ruffwear Summit Trex dog boots and have your furry, four-legged friend wagging his tail about flexible traction and protection from rocks, ice and debris.
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Rated 3 out of
matt c from
Ruffwear Summit Trex BootsThe day after Thanksgiving I went up for some winter backpacking. I decided to take one of my huskies who love summer camping. So I wanted to get her a pair of boots to protect her paws from several feet of snow and cold. Reviewing other boots I was not so impressed, then I cam across this pair. On other sites they are reviewed pretty well. That being said I took her in and got her fitted. The entire week leading up to the trip I would constantly take them on and off of her to let her get used to them. These boots do not stay on at all and became a problem on the trip. Not to mention in order not to rub the dogs paws raw you have to spend more money on socks, sold separately from the boots. I am all about trying things more then once but I am skeptical my review will change.
Date published: 2014-03-26
Rated 1 out of
good idea that can't live up to the promGood ide, but I purchased it during the last two storms and it is difficult to put on and keeping on is a hastle. The knitted area of the boots unravels and falling apart even befor I finally put it on. The belcro strap used to help fasten and keep them on snags on the boot's knitted sock and they have only been worn four times and they are falling apart. Biggest problem is the belcro as it sangs onto the sock/top part I f the boot and its as bad as having a snag on a pantyhose, it doesn't stop running. It is not worth the price tag that came attacbed to it. I hope the store will n take the item back
Date published: 2014-04-14
Rated 4 out of
Crags Hiker from
Hiking in SnowMy lab has been wearing these boots all winter on long hikes (3 to 5 hours) in deep snow. The boots are rugged and stay on well. The velcro doesn't work but you can secure it on with using a tie around the velcro. Make sure to get the boots on nice and tight because they will not stay on if they are not tight enough. These boots have survived approximately 7 hikes so far and they perform well.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 5 out of
Great bootsWasted some change on a few other sets...by far the best boot. Since it's rubber soled it took a little more getting used too. No irritation and they have worked great in snow and on rocky hikes. Little pricey but you will buy the cheaper ones 3 times by the time these go out.
Date published: 2014-03-21
Rated 5 out of
Lizzy Q from
These boots saved my dog!I've used the old style, without rubber! Love, love love the rubber sole. Just hike lost coast N. trail and didn't put booties on first day. His paws were pretty tour up 7 1/2 miles of ruff and wet terrain. He was happy when i put them on with the socks. Front left booty came off once. I was lucky to find it because the rocks on beach where grey and booty was flippied with tread up. I was looking for green and after giving up on way back down beach i stepped over it. So happy to have found it. My BFs dog lost one in tall green grass, again lucky to have found it. Every quarter mile we would do a "Booty Check". Didn't see the orange at time of purchase. My only suggestion would be some color on sole and less natural colors.
Date published: 2014-04-08
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