Palisades Pack

Size Guide

The Palisades Pack puts the deepest of backcountry within reach for you and your dog. Ruffwear's highest-volume pack, it's designed for multi-day treks with roomy saddlebags that host a cross-load compression system for stable, comfortable gear carry. The saddlebags attach securely to a breathable harness chassis, and can be removed at camp to lighten the load for side-excursions.

Multiple pockets and an external daisy chain store and organize your dog's trekking necessities like a sleeping system, food, and even two collapsible hydration bladders that come with the pack. 

What's New?

The Palisades has a long history in the Ruffwear pack lineup, and this season's updates were inspired by customer feedback. More breathability and flexibility with a perforated, molded foam chassis; improved fade-resistance with new materials; updated "flopper stopper" system for easier use when stabilizing saddlebags, new stash pocket configuration.

Removable Saddle Bags

Lighten the load when you get to camp with saddlebags that remove from a harness with a breathable chassis.

Stable Gear Carry

Cross-load compression system and "flopper stoppers" stabilize pack and contents and minimize bounce.

Water Hydration

The pack includes two 1-liter collapsible, BPA-free hydration bladders to keep your and your dog hydrated out on your adventures.

Fully Adjustable

Built around the famous WebMaster Harness the pack features five points of adjustment for an optimal fit.

Padded Handles

Padded handle and girth straps offer even load dispersion for controlled and comfortable lifting.

Trail Tested Guarantee

Trail Tested Guarantee (details here)

Size Guide

Please make sure you measure your dog's girth carefully using the video below and then click the link above for sizing information.

Additional Information

The pack is washable, simply secure all fasteners and hand wash using a mild detergent then hang to dry.

If using a pack on your dog for the first time you should ensure they are introduced to carrying loads slowly while ensuring the load is evenly distributed across both saddlebags. It's recommended that your dog does not carry more than 25 - 30% of their body weight in their pack.