The Ruffwear Quinzee insulated dog jacket is designed to keep your dog warm on the coldest of days.
It is a warm weather resistant coat and can be packed into its own integrated stuff sack. It uses 200-gram synthetic insulation to provide your dog with warmth in extreme cold or rainy weather. It feels similar to a sleeping bag to the touch so you know your dog is going to be cosy.
Now available in Twilight Grey, Meadow Green & Larkspur Purple.
Providing maximum warmth while being incredibly lightweight this coat is ideal for single coated dogs, smaller breeds or any dog that feels the cold regardless of their size. The autolock buckles make it easy to put on and take off while the self locking neck zip ensures your dog will get a perfect fit regardless of their shape.
The Quinzee is suitable for shorter walks to keep your dog snug and warm but can also be taken out on longer adventures, when you stop for a rest break simply slip it on to keep your dog warm and help tom prevent their body temperature dropping.
The Quinzee can be worn over the top of both the Climate Changer Fleece and Cloud Chaser for additional warmth. The reflective trim for increased visibility combined with a light loop to attach the Ruffwear Beacon to provides additional safety for your dog in low light levels.
Our own dog Kizzie can be seen in a Quinzee when the weather turns cold, and in extreme cold spells we layer it over her Cloud Chaser, Fernie or Climate Changer!
- Trail Tested Guarantee (details here)
- 40% recycled polyester shell
- 50% recycled synthetic 200-gram insulation offers warmth in the coldest conditions
- Weather resistant
- Vest style provides easy on/off & good body coverage
- Autolock side buckles for easy on/off
- Self locking neck zip provides a custom fit for all dog shapes
Packs into integrated stuff sack making it easy to carry when not being worn
- Active fit for full range of motion
Low-light visibility with reflective trim and light loop for attaching the Beacon safety light providing increased visibility
Watch the video below to learn how to measure your dogs girth, then click size guide above.
How to measure - see it in action