Hurtta Trail Packby Hurtta
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- Y-Shaped harness with backpack attachment
- Comfortable fit - will not restrict movement
- Waterproof backpack
- 3M reflective material
- Can be used as a car harness
- Available in small or medium size
Hurtta's Trial Pack is a versatile backpack that can be used for outdoor adventures such as backpacking and hiking or it can be used as a stand-alone harness for those everyday activities, or as a safety harness for travelling in a vehicle.
This trail pack is highly adjustable so that it can be fitted to your dog’s unique form while ensuring full range of movement. Adjustable at the waist, collar, and chest ensures a comfortable fit and prevents the backpack from shifting around. Simply remove the side packs for a standalone harness. The harness is a Y-shaped design with a padded mesh inner lining along the front to provide additional comfort. The harness contains a handle to assist your dog in challenging terrain or it can be used to slip a seatbelt through for additional car safety. 3M reflective material has been strategically placed on the front of the harness and accenting both the sides of the harness and backpack for nighttime safety.
Please be advised that the backpack load should never exceed more than 20% of the dog’s own weight, and the load should be evenly balanced between the two packs. Provide breaks and relief as needed.
Hurtta's Trail Pack comes in a small and medium size, please see the specification tab for measurements.
Weight of Trail Pack
|S - 20-40 lbs||43-60 cm (17-24")||55-75 cm (22-30")||45-75 cm (18-30")||0.5 kg (1 lb)||4 L|
|M - 40-80 lbs||58-80 cm (23-32")||75-95 cm (30-38")||65-95 cm (26-38")||0.8 kg (2 lb)||10 L|
When deciding on which trail pack is suitable for your dog, please consider that the carrying capacity depends on your dogs' shape, structure and fitness. Carrying weight must never exceed 20% of your dog's body weight, balance the weight evenly between both sides.
How to Measure Your Dog
- Muzzle Length
Measure the length of the nose from the tip to the crook where you want the muzzle to sit comfortable below the eyes.
- Muzzle Width
Measure the circumference of the muzzle at the widest part, leaving space for two fingers to ensure a comfortable fit.
Measure the circumference of the base, leaving enough space to comfortably fit two fingers.
- Leg Length
Measure your dog from the top of the shoulder and hip to the floor.
- Chest Girth
Measure the circumference of the widest part of the chest behind the front legs.
Measure the length from the top of their shoulders to the base of their tail.
- Paw Width
Measure the diameter of the widest park of the paw.