Ruffwear Jackets

Introducing Scruff’s range of Ruffwear coats – 

The Quinzee – a sleeveless puffer jacket for the trendy and warm dog

The Quinzee
  •  Made with synthetic thermal insulation
  • Trimmed with reflectors for added safety
  • Suitable for wear in SEVERE COLD weather
  • Suited to stay warm between activities e.g. in town excursions, in camp, staying warm as the heating in the home warms up
  •            Integrated stuff sack for easy stowing of jacket

The Cloud Chaser – the ultimate full body shield against all forms of severe cold weather
The Cloud Chaser
  •  Three layered weatherproof upper and stretch belly panel protect against wind, snow, rain and water 
  • Bonded interior fleece insulates core 
  • Left side zipper to allow for easy on/off
  • Suitable for wear in SEVERE, CHANGING WEATHER
  • Suited to stay warm during snow sport activities e.g. skiing, snowboarding, dog sledding or runs in the snow

The Sun Shower  (K9 overcoat) – abrasion and tear-resistant, a perfect overcoat for the active dog on those cold days
The Sun Shower K9 Overcoat
  • Abrasion-resistant outer shell 
  • Recycled polyester repels light rain, snow and wind     
  • Fleece liner insulates from the cold 
  • Reflective trim for enhanced visibility
  • Suitable for wear on COLD DAYS with SLIGHT PRECIPITATION                      
  •             Suited for hiking, trail running, walking and playing activities

The Trackthe safety jacket for dogs during those low light conditions

The Track
  • High visibility, blaze orange jacket with reflective trim, logo and light loop
  • Lightweight and water resistant shell
  • Girth strap provides secure snug fit to stop jacket shifting during movement
  • Abrasion resistant ripstop nylon
  •            Suitable for wear to allow high visibility for LOW LIGHT or HIGH TRAFFIC conditions
All Jackets are machine, cold wash and gentle cycle, washable.  Do not tumble dry, bleach, dry clean or iron.  Secure all buckles before washing, and use a mild detergent.  

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