Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2) X-Large

Granite Gear
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$14.95

Product Highlights:

  • Directional G3 fabric on bottom
  • Reflective strips
  • 420D Nylon Cordura
  • 5 sizes XS,S,M,L,XL

About Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2)

Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2)
The Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2) are designed for traction on snow. They utilize the same ergonomic design and materials as our Endurance Dog Boot with the exception of the sole which is built with the same fabric used in climbing skins for backcountry skiing. They mimic the natural directional texture of a dogs paw. If you run a finger across the pad from front to back and the pad feels smooth. These are ergonomically designed to fit the shape and curves of your dog s foot. They are available in different sizes; you can measure the dimensions of your pet and then order one that suits it. Granite Gear boots fit snugly; because dog's front and back feet are generally different sizes, Granite Gear boots are sold by the pair (2 boots per pair). Let your dog enjoy the snow without feeling cold with the Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2).

Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2) Features

  • Directional G3 fabric on bottom
  • Reflective strips
  • 420D Nylon Cordura
  • 5 sizes XS,S,M,L,XL

Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties (2) Specifications

Sizes
Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large
Paw Width
S: 2.25", M: 2.5", L: 2.75'',XL: 3.25"
Paw Length
S: 2.75" ,: 3", L: 3.5",XL: 4"
Fabric Material
420D Nylon Cordura, G3 Climbing Skin
Recommened Use
Winter Pawtection
Reflective Strips
Yes
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Medium, Small, X-Large
Weight [with packaging]
X-Large: 0.45 lb

Granite Gear - Dog Booties

Size Paw Width Paw Length
XS 2"
5cm
2.5"
6.4cm
S 2.25"
5.7cm
2.75"
7cm
M 2.5"
6.4cm
3"
7.6cm
L 2.75"
7cm
3.5"
8.9cm
XL 3.25"
8.3cm
4"
10.2cm
XXL 3.75"
9.5cm
4.75"
12cm

Dog Boot Sizing: Granite Gears dog boots are ergonomically designed to fit the shape and curves of your dog’s foot. For proper fit measure the width of your dogs front paw at the widest point. Front paws are usually larger than rear paws. Then measure the length from the tip of the toe nails to the back of the rear pad.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
VERDELL G  My dog needed dog booties to walk outside in the cold and slippery surfaces
Chris P  I'm trying to decide what to get. Why did you pick this one?
PATRICIA C  I took the dogs to REI and tried them on there. They seemed to fit well, and one of the clerks had liked them for his dog. Since Christmas, my daughter has used them on the dogs for snow and icy days, and says the dogs seem to like wearing them, and are patient with the process of putting them on.
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