The Ruffwear Web Master Pro™ Harness is a lift-and-assist harness designed to address the needs of professional avalanche and search and rescue teams. Built on the safe, secure, and proven chassis of our Web Master™ Harness, the Web Master Pro incorporates all-metal hardware, has an oversized handle for gloved hands, and sports two low-profile pockets that carry small essentials and provides easy sewing of ID patches.

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Measurement is around the widest part of the rib cage. If you need more help with sizing visit our Fit Guide.
In between sizes? Choose the smaller size.

17-22 in (43-56 cm)
22-27 in ( 56-69 cm)
27-32 in (69-81 cm)
32-42 in (81-107 cm)

How To Fit

Key Features

Additional Features

  • Customizable fit with five points of adjustment allow for full range of motion
  • Two leash attachment points: single-piece, anodized aluminum V-ring and the webbing loop
  • Foam-padded straps for comfortable, extended wear
  • Low-light visibility with reflective trim and light loop for attaching The Beacon™
  • Made in Vietnam

Washing Instructions

  • Secure fasteners
  • Hand wash
  • Mild detergent
  • Air dry away from direct sunlight
  • Store in a dry, dark place

Weight & Capacity

Size Weight Capacity
XSmall 0.65 lb (0.29 kg) 72 in³ (1.1 L)
Small 0.75 lb (0.34 kg) 115 in³ (1.8 L)
Medium 0.80 lb (0.36 kg) 166 in³ (2.7 L)
Large/XLarge 0.95 lb (0.43 kg) 234 in³ (3.8 L)

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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Violet S.
United States

Web master pro harness

Love it!! My pup is very comfortable in it

Catheryn T.
United States

Didn't work for me.

I bought the Web Master Pro™ Harness because I wanted the metal buckles and I thought the .6 liter water collapsible water bottles would fit in it. The water bottles do not work well in the Web Master Pro™ Harness. The harness has pockets that are mostly flat and the water bottles make it so the harness will not ride flat on the dog's back. I exchanged the web master pro for the Singletrak™ Pack which works great for the dog to carry her own water. I do wish it had the option of metal buckles. I gave the Web Master Pro™ Harness three stars only because it wasn't working for what I needed. It is a great harness if you do not need to carry thick items.

United States

Web master PRO

A couple of COBRA buckles here would go a long way. No emergency egress and no light clip. Threading the straps an unecessary pain. Otherwise a good fit

Kellie G.
United States

Webmaster Pro harness

I bought one over 3 yr ago for my dog with 3 legs. It was invaluable. Her last 1.5 years she wore it 24/7. It was the only way I could get her up to ***** as her 2 rear legs got weaker. It held up very well and still looks like new other than the handle. So, when I got a new dog, I got her a brand new one. It helps me to control her and lift her as needed when we hike.

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Laura L.
United States

didnt work for us, but very well made

First, let me say that the construction of the best is impeccable. every seam is finished completely, every stitch is sound, the pocket design is brilliant. for my particular dog, however, the front Y shaped chest piece, like all the Ruff wear vests, does not work. he simply finds bending his elbow (do dogs have elbows) through the side that does not detach too uncomfortable. it became a really fight to get the best on, and hes been wearing a pack his entire life. if the Y front could be buckled on both sides, it would be perfect. especially as dogs age, and you want lift assist, the can be less flexible. the other suggestion would be that the belly straps have a quick release buckle. I found it quite difficult to thread the webbing rach ame every time throught the type of fastener used. again, the workmanship and material of the vest is top notch, and I cant say enough about it. it just didnt work for our team, sadly due to both of us having dexterity issues.. YMMV