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
     
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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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