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Ruffwear Grip Trex Dog Boots - PAIRS

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The Ruffwear Grip Trex dog boots set the standard in paw wear for dogs who hike, bike, run, or explore the great outdoors with their humans.

These high-performance boots feature a rugged and resilient Ruffwear-designed Vibram outsole that provides exceptional traction on varied terrain. Breathable mesh upper provides ventilation and keeps dirt and debris out. Closure system combines hook-and-loop with hardware, cinching around the narrowest part of the dog's leg to provide a secure fit.

Just as you would with your gear, check closure system and adjust fit as needed 15 minutes into your activity and throughout the adventure.


  • Protects dogs' paws from extreme environments
  • Vibram non-marking outsole with rugged lug design provides flexibility and traction on varied terrain
  • Tightly woven air mesh is breathable while keeping dirt and debris out
  • Reliable, intuitive hook-and-loop cinch closure system
  • Gusset design provides wide opening for easy on and off
  • Low-light visibility with reflective trim
  • Secure fasteners
  • Wash in cold water
  • Gentle cycle
  • Mild detergent
  • Air dry

SIZES: 1.5 (38-43mm); 1.75 (44-50mm); 2.0 (51-56mm); 2.25 (57-63mm); 2.5 (64-69mm); 2.75 (70-75mm); 3.0(76-82mm); 3.25 (83-90mm)

Measuring Paw Width:
Measure across widest part of paw when bearing weight. If in between sizes: Choose the smaller size. You may need different sizes for the front paws and the back paws.

Download and print the PAW Measurement Chart here. We also suggest watching the paw measuring video in the product images.

COLOURS:  Obsidian Black; Red Sumac; Lichen Green

Sold in a Pair (2 boots)

Also highly recommended to accompany your new boots are the Ruffwear boot socks/liners (sold separately)

Customer Reviews

Based on 28 reviews

Best dog shoes ever. We use them with socks. My dog loves his shoes. We have worn them fossicking and on grass and mud and polished floors. Exceptional grip in all areas. ( assistance dog)

S. (Melbourne, AU)
Caused paw injuries

The booties caused friction wounds to the bony prominences on my dog's paws. Would not recommend at all.

Sarah Lloyd (Brisbane, AU)
Boots are great

I bought the boots for my elderly Golden Retriever who has a degenerative spinal condition. He has lost a lot of strength in his hind quarters and struggles at times to,get up off our tiled floors. He relies on his front paws to,do,the pushing to get up but sometimes his front paws or back paws slip making it harder still for him to be mobile. The boots are wonderful because his paws stay put. He is able to stand up with no slipping making it easier all around. The need to buy the boots became urgent when he did something to his back and suddenly lost a lot of mobility. He was unable to get himself up without assistance. Getting the boots helped so much while he was like this. Things returned to some level of normal after a week or so but we are still using the boots daily just to make his life easier. It’s really a case of managing his condition in these last months so he is comfortable. He adapted very quickly to the boots and doesn’t seem at all bothered by them.

Anne Murphy (South Yarra, AU)
Ruff wear grip dog boots

These boots are a great fit and protect my Newfie's front feet which have arthritis. He limps without them. Much better than pain killers!

Brad Wooderson (Brisbane, AU)
Bad fit

These are such a bad purchase.
I haven’t asked for my money back.Serve me right I should of tried them in a shop.
The fasteners will never hold these up.The sole is built so it has to fold up the leg and this I think pulls the boot down.
No matter what we did within 5-10 metres they fell off.
They might fit another breed besides a French bulldog but I doubt it.A smaller will not solve the issue
Sorry,I’ve never given a bad review for anything,at $160+ dollars I think people need to know