Ruffwear Turned Surplus Material into Its Latest Collection of Dog Gear

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When referring to our beloved canine companions, ‘man’s best friend’ is often an understatement. They are far more than that, which is why it grows exceedingly difficult to leave them inside when heading for the real outdoors. Luckily, Ruffwear is a brand that’s kept dogs in mind for quite some time, crafting nothing short of ideal performance gear tailored toward pups since 1994. Its new Meadow Stream Collection is as friendly to the environment as it is to your pooch, as the small-batch products are made of surplus fabrics sourced from the brand’s discontinued gear.

Composed of three different items, the quaintly named set of gear is inspired by the brand’s “favorite water feature to come across with our dogs,” and it is sure to serve as an equally appreciated collection by any potential buyers. Kicking things off is the brand’s patented Quencher, a packable fabric food/water bowl that is now available in the nature-adoring color scheme. Next up is the handy Stash Bag, a lightweight pick-up bag dispenser that can be attached to any Ruffwear leash. It comes equipped with 15 Earth Rated bags and is capable of operating with other brands’ bags, too.

Rounding out the trio of products is a Web Master, the brand’s incredibly durable multi-use body harness that serves as a great choice when taking your dog out on the trails. For added security, the padded piece features five separate adjustment points, ensuring that your best friend is safe, secure, and comfortable.

The variety of accessories is sure to keep you and your dog happy, not to mention even closer than before. Given that they’re all made from scrap materials, the small-batch Ruff Wear’s Meadow Stream Collection is only available in limited quantities, however, and once they’re gone, they’re (dog) gone. The products are available now on Ruffwear’s website and range in price from $15 to $60.

Purchase: $15+

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