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Redesigned for 2017 with new colours the best selling Front Range harness for dogs by Ruffwear continues to lead the way! Even better it is now available with a matching lead!
The Ruffwear Front Range Harness is an everyday dog harness that is also made for adventures and with it's versatile fit it is a must-have harness for your dog.
The four point adjustment system makes it easy to ensure a comfortable fit for your dog. A fully padded chest and belly panel makes the Ruffwear Front Range ideal for your dog to wear on short walks or full day adventures and hikes.
The harness features two lead attachment points: an aluminum V-ring located on the back for everyday walks, and an additional reinforced webbing point on your dog’s chest for training or when you need additional control.
Ruffwear have also added a pocket for your dogs ID tag so they don't jangle but are easily accessible. We would recommend your dog continues to wear their standard collar with ID tag in addition to the harness, you can never be too careful!
Please note that the Front Range is not designed to be used as a harness to secure your dog in your car. If you require a car harness then we recommend the Ruffwear Load Up which is a fully tested car harness.
Matching Ruffwear Front Range Leash available here.
Read our full product review as we test the harness with our own dogs, Albie & Kizzie. Click here.
- Trail Tested Guarantee (details here)
- Comfortable, everyday dog harness that is easy to fit and put on
Customisable fit with four points of adjustment that allow your dog a full range of motion
- Padded chest and belly panel for good load dispersion and comfortable all day wear
- Two lead attachment points: aluminum V-ring on the back, and reinforced webbing on the chest
- ID pocket stores dog tags
- Low-light visibility with reflective trim
- Sizes to fit small and large dogs
Watch the video here for guidance on how to measure your dog's girth, then find your dogs size by referring to the Front Range harness size guide in the link above.
See it in action - watch the video