The Ruffwear Grip Trex dog boots have received a redesign for 2016!
Ruffwear Grip Trex dog boots set the standard in paw protection for dogs who go exploring the great outdoors with their owners or who perhaps need something to protect a paw injury.
Grip Trex boots feature a high performance Vibram® sole making them superbly flexible and 'grippy' - something which you may be familiar with on your own walking boots/shoes.
The Grip Trex are Ruffwear's most breathable boot using a tightly woven air mesh to keep your dog's paws cool by allowing them to regulate their own temperature while providing excellent protection and grip.
Constructed with a gusset design providing a wide opening for easy on/off and the hook and loop closure secures the boot in place with a velcro strap.
A reflective strip on the shoes also offers increased safety in low light conditions.
We use these boots ourselves with our own dog Albie as he suffers with sensitive pads particularly on rocky shorelines and they have repeatedly saved his paws from significant discomfort enabling him to still go out and have fun!
- Trail Tested Guarantee (details here)
- Breathable to allow your dog to regulate temperature
- Suitable for rehabilitation & post surgery
- Suitable for use on all terrain
- Protect paws from rough surfaces, grass allergies and anti-freeze
- Vibram® non marking outsole with rugged tread gives excellent grip & security
- Adjustable closure strap ensures a customised fit
- Tightly woven air mesh keeps dirt and debris out while providing your dogs paws with ventilation
- 3M™ reflective details provide increased low-light visibility from multiple angles
- Machine washable
- Can be worn with Ruffwear specific socks for increased comfort
Please refer to the video below for guidance on how to measure your dogs feet. Then use the link above for information on boot sizes.
Read about the 'Dog Boot Dance' in advance of getting your dog boots.
These boots are sold in a pack of 4, please contact us to enquire about ordering single or pairs of boots.
How to measure - watch the video