Ruffwear’s Summit Trex™ dog boots provide everyday traction and paw protection from extreme temperatures, abrasive surfaces, and salt or other snowmelt chemicals. The Ruffwear-designed outsole provides flexible traction, while the durable, weather-resistant ripstop upper blocks moisture and debris. A hook-and-loop closure system creates a secure and comfortable fit.

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Set of TWO boots.

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Use this fit guide to select the appropriate size for your dog. Measure across widest part of paw when bearing weight. If between sizes, size down.
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1.5 in (38 mm)
1.75 in (44 mm)
2.0 in (51 mm)
2.25 IN (57 MM)
2.5 IN (64 MM)
2.75 IN (70 MM)
3.0 IN (76 MM)
3.25 IN (83 MM)

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Key Features

Additional Features

  • Protects dogs' paws from abrasive surfaces and snowmelt chemicals
  • Available in sets of two or four
  • Made in Vietnam

Washing Instructions

  • Secure fasteners
  • Wash in cold water
  • Gentle cycle
  • Mild detergent
  • Air dry

Trail Tested Promise

All of our products are rigorously field tested and we proudly guarantee against defects in materials and craftsmanship.

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Stephanie O.
United States

Excellent for Trail Running

I got the older version years ago and they lasted several years. When it was time to replace, I was pleasantly surprised with the updated version. It goes on easier, and stays on. I use a boot liner to go with it. I use it for trail running with a senior dog who can still run over 13 miles. Our main use is to protect the oaw from her paw from poor conformation and foot strike. The best part is that they have been fully submerged in streams and her paw is still dry. They do their job protecting her pads and paw. Without these booties, she can only run 3ish miles.

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David M.
United States

Wearing quality

Even with exact fit they would tend to rotate and my dog wore out the nylon part in one week

Paris L.
United States

Love these, very secure on paw

These are great, they help my older dog with traction on wood flooring. They are very secure and stay in place. It is much easier for him to get around our house with these booties on.

Apryl F.
United States

Good protection, but get stinky

We purchased the Summit Trex for our senior (11 y/o) doggo who is recovering from a spinal cord injury and as a result drags his back feet slightly. The shoes offer good protection for his feet/nails and have held up fairly nicely from wear, even though customer service was clear when I contacted them that their shoes are not really intended for this purpose. Only 4 stars because they take FOREVER to dry out if they get wet (like wearing them out in the rain). I’m talking 2-3 days to dry naturally. We did put them in the dryer to try and speed up the process which made the shoes start to come apart, so we won’t be doing that again. Also, after just a couple weeks of daily outside wear they started to get very stinky. He only wears them outside, so no more than 30-40 min per day, and these are advertised as daily wear so that was unexpected. I would not be comfortable putting them through the washing machine considering the damage caused by the dryer.

Theresa Z.
United States

Seem to be well made and durable, dog can’t walk in them

I purchased these at the suggestion of our Vet, because our elderly dog scuffs the top of his paws when walking on pavement and it’s hard where we are to avoid it. He gets stuck in various places due to the boots catching on the ground, steps, and we can’t go more than 100’ without him falling due to it. Nicely made and stays on, but just doesn’t work when a dog has limited mobility and any additional resistance causes him issues. Off to find another solution.

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