Ruffwear Polar Trex Pairs Dog Boots

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  • Replacement dog boots for Ruffwear Polar Trex - Winter dog boots
  • Insulated, breathable material - keeps from the wrist down warm
  • Weatherproof warmth for extreme cold 
  • Hook and loop system with a zipper - easy to put on and stays secure, keeps snow out
  • Cinching to enforce the secure fit at the narrow part of the leg
  • Ruffwear Vibram ice trek outsole design - provides protection and traction
  • Reflective trim for low-light visibility
  • Available in a set of two in a variety of sizes and in the colour pattern Obsidian Black

The Polar Trex Boot Pairs from Ruffwear are the ideal boot to protect your adventurous dog's paws in cold winter conditions. These come in a set of two dog boots to help replace any missing or damaged boots from Ruffwear Grip Trex Set or if your dog requires varied boot sizes. 

The boot is made using 100% polyester fabric with a three-layer, soft laminated shell with a DWR-coat. Breathable materials that are weather and wind resistant to keep your dog’s paw insulated while the outsole is designed using Ruffwear designed vibram which provides optimal traction on frozen surfaces. A unique gaitor feature is an added protection to keep paws warm while ensuring the boots stay on. These boots are ideal to keep your dog's paws protected and comfortable so you and your adventure buddy can explore no matter what the weather brings your way! 

The Polar Trex Boots come in a set of two and various sizes; Please see the specifications tab for more information.

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Size Guide

Size Paw Width
1.50 in 38.0 mm | 1.5 in 
1.75 in 44.0 mm | 1.75 in
2.00 in 51.0 mm | 2.0 in
2.25 in 57.0 mm | 2.25 in
2.50 in 64.0 mm | 2.5 in
2.75 in 70.0 mm | 2.75 in
3.00 in 76.0 mm | 3.0 in
3.25 in 83.0 mm | 3.25 in

How to Measure Your Dog



  1. Neck: Measure the circumference of the base, leaving enough space to fit two fingers comfortably.
  2. Lower Neck: Measure the circumference of the area above the shoulder blades towards the top of the chest, leaving enough space to fit two fingers comfortably.
  3. Chest Girth: Measure the circumference of the widest part of the chest behind the front legs.
  4. Length: Measure the length of your dog's back from the top of their shoulders to the base of their tail.
  5. Height: Measure the distance from the floor to the top of your dog's shoulder blades. Your dog needs to be standing on all four legs.
  6. Paw Width: Measure the widest part of the paw. You'll get a better measurement if your pup is standing.
  7. Paw Length: Measure the distance between the "heel" and the longest toe nail. You'll get a better measurement if your pup is standing.
  8. Muzzle Length: Measure the nose length from the tip to the crook where you want the muzzle to sit comfortably below the eyes.
  9. Muzzle Width: Measure the muzzle's circumference at the widest part, leaving space for two fingers to ensure a comfortable fit.
  10. Weight: Step on a scale while holding the dog, then subtract your weight from the total. A dog scale is conveniently located at all our locations.

Choose the size which fits your dog's entire paw, including toe nails. A snug fit is best. Boots that are too large may slip off. It's common for some breeds to require different-sized boots for their front and back paws. Measure each paw to get the most secure fit.

Get more tips for finding the perfect fit for your dog's adventure gear in How to Measure Your Dog.


Secure fasteners and please wash in cold water on a gentle cycle with mild detergent. Air dry liners and do not use bleach, iron or dry clean them.