The Monsoon raincoat is an essential jacket for every dog in rainy, windy or muddy weather.
A new addition to the collection is this Monsoon Coat ECO in the beautiful colour Rosehip which is part of the earth-friendly Green Edition. This specific colourway is proudly made of 100% recycled polyester, representing Hurtta’s commitment to the wellbeing of dogs and the planet.
The entirely new technical structure of the collar means that the seams can be taped even more comprehensively than before. In contrast to previous models, Monsoon’s collar seams are vertical, allowing the collar to be taped so that it is fully waterproof. In addition, there is a rain collar made of waterproof tricot around the edge of the collar, preventing water from going inside the coat along the dog’s neck. The comfortably soft collar can be tightened up around the dog’s neck to protect the chest and neck area.
The large, attractive reflective prints on the coat’s rear hem and the 3M reflector piping on the back improve safety and visibility in the dark. The excellent sizing of the Monsoon coat guarantees a good fit for most breeds. The wide belly flap keeps the coat in place, ensuring that it stays on without restricting the dog’s movement, even during boisterous play. The flap covers the dog’s belly and efficiently protects it from mud and sand. Monsoon is made of an elastic and silent fabric, so it is comfortable to use and quick to put on.
- To make the coat fully waterproof the seams are taped shut
- Highly visible 3M® reflectors
- Adjustable collar, waist and back length
- Weatherproof and breathable Houndtex® laminated shell fabric
- Made of 100% recycled polyester
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 is 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 is 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’s chest.