D-Fa Moon-Walker


5 sizes Petite 2 to X-Large

Manufacturer's Description

A dog’s natural ability to move stealth-like through its world is great for sneaking up on unsuspecting creatures and leftover lunches, but not so good when you’re trying to avoid being hit by cars on your evening stroll.

The Moon-Walker is a lightweight, high visibility shell for use in low light conditions.

Other than protecting from wind and rain, the Moon-Walker™ does not actively insulate so it’s perfect for dogs that need visibility without additional warmth.


  • High visibility base colors in hard-wearing 300D nylon

  • SchoellervReflex reflective fabric – rub and tear resistant, visible up to 328 feet (100 meters) in low light

  • Inner mesh lining for comfort

  • Lightweight, wind and water proof (not seam sealed)

  • Cut-away shoulder panels to allow free movement ofthe front legs

  • Easy on-off cam buckles; no velcro, sleeves, zippers or d-fa-difficult fastenings

  • Zero FAF (fur-adherence-factor) inside and out

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The lightweight D-Fa Moon-Walker high visibility dog jacket fends off wind and rain while making your dog easier to see in low light. Rub- and tear-resistant Schoeller Reflex reflective fabric is visible up to 328 ft. (100m) in low light; inner mesh lining offers cool comfort. Cutaway shoulder panels allow free movement of the front legs. The D-Fa Moon-Walker high visibility dog jacket features easy on/off cam buckles-no difficult rip-and-stick, sleeves, zippers or other troublesome fastenings.


D-Fa Moon-Walker

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The D-Fa Moon-Walker is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2012 at REI.

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