Bark'n Boots. Grip Trex Set of 4.
For Service and active dogs
Bark'n Boots. Grip Trex
True to Ruff Wear's commitment in designing and producing innovative dog gear that enhances the shared interactive bond between humans and canines, Ruff Wear has revolutionized canine paw wear. The Bark'n Boots Grip Trex feature two major advancements in dog boots-an upper inspired by human shoes and a high performance Vibram® sole. Built on an anatomical mold, just like human shoes, the boot's upper maintains a consistent size, shape, and fit.
The revolutionary upper design and construction ensures the boots are easy to put on, easy to secure, provide continued comfort, and most importantly, the boots stay on paws-from the first mile to the last. For the revolutionary sole, Ruff Wear partnered with Vibram® the world's leading developer of soles for active pursuits. The partnership produced the unique Grip Trex design with omnidirectional treads and traction zones customized to the demanding needs of active dogs. The sole generates unequaled grip, traction, durability, and performance.
Together, these two advancements produce a completely revolutionary dog boot from top to bottom. Put our Bark'n Boots Grip Trex on your dog and unleash the canine athlete inside, then do your best to keep up with your four-legged friend and enjoy the fun.
Built on an anatomical mold like human shoes for consistent fit, sizing, and shape
Air mesh upper is comfortable, breathable, durable, and drainable for all-season wear
Expansion gusset makes the boots easy to put on and enhances fit Reflective trim adds safety and nighttime visibility.
Sure Cinch closure strap and lash tab ensure that the boots stay on the paws
Seamless construction reduces abrasion and improves fit
Vibram® high-grip, high-traction, high-performance sole
Omnidirectional X lug for stability and traction
Nonmarking sole for nautical and home interior uses
Extradurable for miles and miles of adventure
Grip cuff hugs the leg, stays in place, and improves comfort
Bark'n Boots are built to secure around the ankle but below the carpal pad. The boot should have room in the paw area, allowing the paw to spread when bearing weight.
Measuring Paw Width
Have your dog stand on a firm surface (wood, linoleum, or concrete).
Place a piece of blank paper under a front paw.
Lift the dog's other front paw so that its weight is placed firmly on the paw being measured.
Mark the paper at the paw's widest point on the left and right edges of the paw (see graphic).
Use a ruler to measure the width of the paw (in inches) from the left mark to the right mark.
Use the chart to determine the proper size.