Ruffwear Front Range Harness and Flat Out Leash
Ruffwear Front Range Harness and Flat Out Leash
Disclaimer: I was sent the harness and leash from Ruffwear in exchange for my honest opinion and review. I only share products that I love, and that I think you will too.
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Yesterday, I told you about two of the great products that Ruffwear sent for us to try. Today we have two more, the Front Range Harness, and the Flat Out leash. The harnesses are awesome. I couldn’t believe the quality when I first opened the package. They are obviously made to be used, and made to last. They are slightly padded on the top and bottom, and are very adjustable.
I really like the trim chest plate. Neither dog has had an issue with the harness rubbing on their arm pits.
There is a very nice aluminum V-ring on the top for hooking the leash, or if you have a puller, you can hook it to the front.
Sturdy, yet comfortable for every day walks. And as much as we are in the rocks or sticks, I don’t have to worry about the harness getting torn, or ruined. There is even a little pocket where you can put an ID tag.
Doesn’t Roxy look like she is just ready to GO in her Front Range harness.
And here is Torrey modeling her pink harness, in the pink sand dunes.
Along with the harnesses, we received the Flat Out leash.
I love these leashes! They are light weight, but tough. They are 6 feet long and can be either hand held or worn around the waist. The handle is padded for extra comfort.
At the top near the handle is wear the leash unhooks. There is an adjustable slide buckle, so you can adjust the leash to wrap around your waist, or just shorten it.
This is not the easiest thing to unhook though. I did eventually figure out that you have to turn it sideways, and then it’s easy to hook, or unhook.
This is by far my favorite part of the leash. This aluminum clip is the best. It’s super lightweight, and is a one handed operation. Having a nice lightweight clip is especially good for small dogs, like Roxy.
I really like the color choices this leash comes in too. The leashes I received for both dogs are great looking, but I really like Roxy’s leash. The colors, and the mountains, it’s perfect for us. And because I can, I made each dog a new beaded necklace to match their new harnesses and leashes.
I am beyond thrilled with all the wonderful products from Ruffwear. The quality in the materials and construction, is outstanding. For us and our travel, outdoor life, Ruffwear is perfect.
Oh such darling “models” Mary!!!! AND….do you use a special lens to get such clarity? Anita
I have a Nikon D7100 with a couple different lenses. That it was gives such clarity, good camera, good lenses.
We have to agree, Ruffwear looks to have some pawsome stuff. Mom is still hung up on the shoes, though. She loves those.
The shoes are great, as is everything else. You would love any of it.
Your models look quite stylish!
Don’t they just.
They sound and look amazing. I went to their web site and read the other comments about the harness they make and only one comment was concerned how high up the front of it went so when their dog bent their heads down it went into the neck neck. Maybe it was to small. I was quite impressed and the colors. Just a change the subject;but last night and several nights on the news I hear how many lose their pets and how heartbroken the family is,,, and how they have searched everywhere. Well 4 out of 5 lost pets there was no collar with ID, no micro chip or anything to help get their beloved pet back. If one of my dogs gets lose, Reggie I doubt anyone could catch him to see ID. Out here in the country where there is livestock they get shot and asked ?’s later. WE stay home on New Year Eve and fourth of July so they don’t get scared to death or run away. Each year hunters come out with their dogs who end up lost and they go nuts.
roxy is ‘ruff’ and ready. :)
Wow, the leashes and harnesses look great! Do you feel like the snap on the leash is really secure, even for a dog who may pull or spin? I use a different Ruffwear leash for Ruby with a locking carabiner, because she is such a flight risk and I’ve had the usual snap style fail.
I feel it’s very secure. It’s like a claw, so there is actually double metal at the end. It’s aluminum and seems sturdy and lightweight.
What sweet models!
Nice products – I’ve been thinking about getting harnesses as I hate neck collars for walks and these look pretty good. Maggie would love that pink one :)
Mom’s been tossing around the idea of a harness for Taffy (the puller). We just may have to give these a try, love the front hook option! Orange is definitely Roxy’s color just like the pink collar would look great on me! Love Dolly
I always have a problem with armpit chafing when wearing a harness and therefore stop to scratch regularly. Perhaps this Ruffwear harness is the answer!
We have a Front Range (the blue) and it’s my favorite harness! I like the leash, but wish it came in a narrower width.
I just love anything by Ruffwear!! Both the harnesses & the leashes look pawsome on your models :-)
I’ll say it again – your pups make outstanding models! I love the beaded necklaces you made to complement the harnesses!
Wow! I really like the looks of those harnesses, and the leashes! Great review!
Your photos are amazing, especially that first one – just beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
More AMAZING-looking products from Ruffwear! We were just wondering about a leash with a more durable clip, and this one seems to fit the bill! Thanks again for sharing this review! *wags* – Gilligan from WagsAhoy.com
I love the colors and I love that clip too! I have problems with my fingers and thumbs sometimes and the standard type can be difficult for me. That looks much easier.