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Ruffwear Hi & Light Dog Trail Boots

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You will need two measurements.  

The first is the length of your dog.  This is measured from the base of the neck to the top of the tail as shown below:



The second measurement will be the chest as shown below:


With these 2 measurements, you should be able to select a coat that will fit your pooch.

Color: River Rock Green

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The Hi & Light™ Trail dog shoes/boots, elevate the paw wear experience for dogs (and their humans) seeking a minimal and flexible solution to paw protection.

Those paws get both protection and exceptional ground-feel with the soft, flexible rubber outsole, helping dogs keep their stride and focus on the adventure at hand.

The engineered knit upper adds comfort and breathability and limits trail debris from getting in the shoe. The construction celebrates a less-is-more mindset to minimize material stack ups and maximize comfort.

The hook-and-loop closure opens wide for easy on and cinches around the narrowest part of the dog’s leg to provide a secure fit.

Set of TWO boots: many dogs have wider front paws than rear paws. Ruffwear offer their boots in sets of two so you can order the appropriate sizes for a good fit on both the front and rear paws.

It's a good idea to check the closure system and adjust fit as needed 15 minutes into your activity and throughout the adventure. Getting started with Ruffwear boots? Check out our helpful tips.


  • Comfortable and nimble paw protection with a lightweight, minimal design.
  • Engineered knit upper is breathable while keeping dirt and debris out.
  • Rubber outsole provides exceptional ground feel and protection on varied terrain.
  • Opens wide for easy on.
  • Hook-and-loop cinch closure for a secure fit.
  • Reflective trim for visibility in low-light conditions.
  • Comes in 1 pair to accommodate different sized front and back paws.

    Ruffwear Boot Size Guide

    How To Measure Your Dogs Paws

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