I-Dog pulling harness ALM Phoenix
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The world's first X-Back pulling harness with adjustment optionsThe X-Back pulling harness I-Dog ALM Phoenix is wonderfully light, hard-wearing and optimally adjustable. Sport with the dog? Yes, absolutely. Maybe you're an avid cyclist and do bikejoring; or you're at every canicross competition possible. Where your dog needs to pull hard, the I-Dog ALM Phoenix pull harness is for you. This is the world's first X-Back with adjustability. This would make it a touch heavier than other harnesses of this type, but the materials have been designed to be extra super light, so the small difference in weight is hardly noticeable. The harness is adjustable in five places: at the neck, in two versions at the belly, at the sides and at the back. You simply hide the loose ends in the flaps so that the straps don't hang down.
All important areas are paddedYou should take your time to adjust the I-Dog ALM Phoenix harness to the best possible fit. Test it on a small tour on traction, because in this condition the fit must be perfect. Then you can also go on larger tours. Incidentally, the harness offers optimal freedom of movement, even when your four-legged companion is really exerting himself. The light blue harness is made of sturdy polyester and soft mesh foam. All important areas are padded. For safety, there are also reflective strips built in to make the dog easier to see at night and in twilight. The X-Back pulling harness I-Dog ALM Phoenix is available in several sizes. It can be washed and should then be left to air dry.
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|XXS||32-36 cm / 12.6-14.2 in||295 g|
|XS||35-42 cm / 13.8-16.5 in||320 g|
|S||38-48 cm / 15.0-18.9 in||330 g|
|M||44-54 cm / 17.3-21.3 in||408 g|
|L||48-58 cm / 18.9-22.8 in||421 g|
|XL||52-62 cm / 20.5-24.4 in||433 g|
The neck circumference is determined with a flexible measuring tape at the lowest point of the neck (see illustration below). If the dog's neck circumference is between two sizes, the manufacturer recommends choosing the smaller size. A slight shifting of the harness when standing (without pulling) is completely normal.