Our relationships with our dogs are shaped by the adventures we share. They’re with us on our pre-dawn runs, all-day trail rambles, multi-day mountain treks, and rest-day strolls.

Whatever the adventure, Ruffwear harnesses are designed to take canine explorers where they want to go. They’re built from a dog’s perspective and offer solutions for everyday wear, training or leash pulling, or lift-and-assist.

Here’s a quick overview of key features on our three most popular dog harnesses. Then, read below for more details to help you choose the harness that’s best for your pup’s needs.

Front Range® Harness

A padded harness dogs can wear all day, every day.

  • Foam-padded construction for comfortable extended wear
  • Leash attachment point on the dog’s chest makes it a great training tool for dogs that pull
  • Side-release buckles for easy on/off

For all-day, everyday wear, our popular Front Range Harness is a great choice. It features two leash attachment points: one is an aluminum V-ring centered on the dog’s back for everyday walks, and the other is a reinforced webbing loop at the dog’s chest for teaching polite leash manners. With four points of adjustment, the Front Range Harness fits a range of dog shapes and sizes. Try our matching Front Range™ Leash for the complete setup.

Hi & Light™ Harness

A minimal, low-profile harness for fast and light pursuits.

  • Lightweight construction minimizes bulk
  • Debris-resistant liner
  • Side-release buckles for easy on/off

The Hi & Light Harness is our minimalist, low-profile harness option. This lightweight harness has a single leash attachment point on the back and offers four points of adjustment for a sleek, comfortable fit. The Hi & Light is scaled to fit even the smallest canine companions, with size offerings from XXXS to L/XL. And the debris-resistant liner will shed dirt and fur, making the Hi & Light Harness a great option for any adventure, from neighborhood jaunts to running trails.

Web Master™ Harness

A structured, multi-use harness with a handle and belly strap.

  • Ideal for hiking, scrambling, and mobility assistance
  • Five points of adjustment and a belly strap for a secure fit
  • Foam-padded construction for comfortable extended wear

If exploring with your canine companion takes you into challenging terrain or your dog can benefit from mobility assistance — our Web Master Harness is the solution. It’s a supportive, multi-use harness built for maneuvering and assisting dogs up and over obstacles. It’s also the harness of choice for many working dogs. It has a handle on the back and five points of adjustment for a secure fit. Padded chest and belly straps make the Web Master comfortable for all-day use.

Flagline™ Harness

A lightweight, multi-use harness with a handle and chest/belly panel.

  • Ideal for hiking, scrambling, mobility assistance, and fast and light pursuits
  • Six points of adjustment and easy on/off design
  • Three points of leash attachment – including one at the chest, good for redirecting dogs that pull on leash

The Flagline Harness is a fast, light, and comfortable harness that keeps dogs in their flow, from scrambling in the backcountry to conquering everyday obstacles. A handle and load-dispersing chest/belly panel make for easy lift-and-assist in a nimble design good for all-day wear. High adjustability and easy on/off make the Flagline secure and accessible, giving dogs a little boost and a lot of freedom when the path ahead is anything but flat.

Learn more about our harnesses on our website, and please share your stories with us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. Let us know what your dog means to you using the tag #mydogismy.

6 thoughts

  1. It is difficult to assess which harness is best for my dog with a girth right at 17″ as they don’t overlap the XXS and the XS so it seems one needs to be tightened all the way, or one let out all the way, so either option seems bad in terms of adjustability. Kind of a really bad design if this is truly the case. It would help to also provide neck sizes on the harnesses.

  2. We are planning to get a Logotto Romagnolo pup. Do you have any information/advice/recommendations on training a pup to wear a harness? Which harness to buy, if any? When to start, etc. Thanks.

  3. How do I fully adjust the straps that go under the legs? Stated that it can adjust up to 32 inches but is way to tight (her chest girth is 22). It seems that we have it out to the max.

  4. Do you have a harness that slips over a dogs head. My dog has a growth on her paw and hates to have her feet touched.

    1. We use the front range harness and our dog can easily escape, which harness would prevent the escape?

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