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Ruffwear Highlands Bed

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£64.95
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£58.99 (You save £5.96)
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RUF-26600
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Product Description

Made from Eco materialsThe Highlands bed from Ruffwear is lightweight, packable and abrasion-resistant making it an ideal dog travel bed.

At a mere 360g, this compressible dog bed is ideal for backpacking or camping...and even fits in all sizes of the Ruffwear Palisades Pack, so your dog can carry his own gear with ease.

Reclaim your sleeping bag while still providing a comfortable place to let your dog curl up and rest for another big day. Fits perfectly under a tent vestibule.

 

Key Features

  • Synthetic high loft Thermore™ insulation insulates dog from the ground
  • Water-resistant, quick-drying shell is durable enough to withstand dog nails and campsite debris
  • Stuff sack compresses bed to a packable 12" x 4" (30x10cm)
  • Four stake-out loops to secure bed to ground or for hanging to dry
  • Integrated pad sleeve accommodates the Landing Pad (sold seperately) 
  • Lightweight at just 360g (12.7oz)
  • Machine washable

 

Sizing

Available in 1 size

 

Dimensions

Flat: 35 x 26 x 1 inches (89 x 66 x 2.5 cm)

Stuffed: 12 x 4 inches (30 x 10 cm)

Weight: 360g

 

Intended Use

  • Backpacking
  • Camping (when weight is a concern)

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