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Highlands Sleeping Bag

rated 3.5 of 5 stars (Disclosure: This sleeping bag system for dogs was provided to me while I was an ambassador for Backcountry K9. That site no longer sells gear, and I am no longer an ambassador.) Recently, Hurrta has joined Alcott and Ruffwear as dog gear manufacturers offering dog-specific sleeping bags. We really like this Ruffwear bag, though it is a bit small for our larger dogs. We have used it for two full camping seasons. This review is for the bag and the separately purchased pad. We can recommend this system,… Full review

Approach Pack

rated 5 of 5 stars This has been a great pack. It's very durable and sturdy, while comfortable for the dog. Would recommend over any other I have tried. Full review

Headwater Collar

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is a nice waterproof collar for your active outdoor dog. If you are looking for a collar that will not get stinky, or stay wet, this may be the solution for you. In this review, I will address the Headwater Collar, as well as the companion waterproof leash. Note, the current model has a metal buckle. We were given a collar for each dog, and a leash, by backcountryk9.com, to test and review. Our dogs are active outdoor dogs...busy year-round in all conditions, be it snow, rain, mud, or heat. Full review

Highlands Landing Pad

rated 4 of 5 stars The Ruffwear Landing Pad is an easy to use, durable, canine-friendly sleeping pad. It has performed well in environments ranging from backyard evening retreats to overnight backpacking adventures. Only one size is available, which may be a limiting factor for large breeds. Additionally, packability should be considered when planning overnight excursions. I tested the Ruffwear Landing Pad along with my 5-year-old Vizsla, Roland, as a member of the Trailspace Review Corps. Roland and I traveled in… Full review

Highlands Sleeping Bag

rated 4 of 5 stars Over the course of the past two months, I’ve found the Highlands Sleeping Bag to be as much an asset to my backpacking experience as it has been for my dog, Roland. No longer am I awoken at night to the sensation of being shoved out of my sleeping bag by a dog looking for a warm place to sleep. Roland seems warm and cozy curled up in the Highlands Bag at night, and enjoys having a soft place to rest at camp during the day. At first glance, one might balk at the idea of toting a sleeping bag into… Full review

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Ruffwear Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Demo Day: Snow and Ice Packs, Tools, Traction, and More
The latest snow and ice gear we saw at All Mountain Demo day included snowsport and mountaineering packs, classic snow tools revisited, traction for winter runs, decadent energy bars, U.S.-made ski socks, and a backcountry pooch. Read more
January 18, 2012

Ruff Wear OmniJore for dog-pulling fun year-round
Have a dog to walk or run? Like to cross-country ski? Combine the two and you've got skijoring, though that's just the start. Ruff Wear designed an OmniJore system that allows dogs and their people to "jor" together year-round. Read more
August 6, 2011

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