The Ruffwear Singletrack Pack is a low-profile backpack for your dog that focuses on hydration while being practical and simple.
Ideal for activities such as hiking and day trips out, the two saddlebags ride close to your dog's body to ensure they retain complete freedom of movement as they enjoy their adventures.
Within each saddlebag is a 0.6 litre collapsible BPA-free water bottle designed to carry your dog's water keeping them hydrated for the long haul.
The Singletrak Pack also features two external stash pockets for carrying other essentials like a bowl to drink from and other small items.
A five-point adjustment system makes the Singletrak Pack suitable for most breeds of dog and the padded handle and non-slip girth straps offer good load dispersion and comfortable lifting when additional assistance is needed.
This hydration pack covers every detail needed for day trips out, even down to the light colour which is designed to reflect heat from the sun allowing the water carried to be used to maximum benefit.
Great Companion - Complete the Gear
Use in combination with the portable and packable Ruffwear Quencher Bowl here.
- Trail Tested Guarantee (details here)
- Low-profile saddlebags ride close to the body, allowing dogs to be agile
- Two soft-sided 0.6L collapsible water bottles are BPA-free
- External stash pockets for additional essentials
- Customizable fit with five points of adjustment allow for full range of motion
- Foam-padded chest and belly straps
- Light color is designed to reflect heat from the sun
- Low-light visibility with reflective trim
- Machine washable
- Hydration bottles hand wash
Please make sure you measure your dog's girth carefully using the video below and then click the link above for sizing information.
Barks & Bunnies are a Ruffwear Premier Stockist and if you have any questions regarding the Ruffwear Singletrak size guide we would be happy to help you.
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.
How to measure - see it in action