Slush combat suit
Hurtta Outdoors Slush Combat Suit is remarkably light, allowing for more agile movement during exercise. The overall is made of high-performance outdoor fabric, which provides effective protection against water, mud and dirt. The purpose of the Slush is to protect the dog's fur and skin from the elements and muck, particularly advantageous for long-haired dogs during walks so that the dog does not need to be washed too often in wet weather.
The fabric of the Slush Combat Suit is laminated with Hurtta's patented, breathable and yet waterproof Houndtex® lining, which ensures that any murky humidity stays outside the slush suit while being comfortable to wear, for the dog that is.
This highly technical outdoor overall features many details that increase comfort and safety. Thanks to its adjustable waist band, collar and legs it is easy for the dog to run and play whilst wearing the suit. 3M reflector prints have been placed in highly visible areas to improve the dog’s visibility during walks in twilight and the dark.
The product is designed to be used in demanding circumstances by the dogs and owners who do not let weather limit their outdoor activities. The material of the Combat Slush Suit is beautifully soft and very weather durable making it ideal for demanding weather conditions and thick mud. The Slush Suit cannot withstand chewing, rough play, sharp manmade objects such as barbed wire or nicks from dense woodland such as brambles or rogue tree branches so do keep this in mind when choosing your walks.
- Comfortable design
- 3M reflectors
- Adjustable fit
- Machine washable
- Also protects dog’s legs
- Hole in the back for harness attachment
Recommended sizes highlighted with orange
MEASURING THE DOG
1. The back length should be measured from the withers (not the collar) to the base of the tail, while the dog is standing in normal position.
2. The neckline measurement should be taken at the base of the neck, this being the widest point of the neck. The neckline of an overall can be larger than the circumference of the dog’s neck, as it can be adjusted to fit a smaller neck.
3. The chest measurement should be taken at the widest point of the chest, from behind the front legs. To ensure sufficient freedom of movement, the chest of an overall should be wider than the dog&rsqu