The Best Dog Shoes

Review Year
Best in Class
Overall Rating
Price
Name Overall Rating Ratings The Good The Bad Price
Ten Squared Kipmik Dog Bootie
87
On Trail 5
Off Trail 9
Comfort 8
Durability 5
Value 10

The price! $1.50 per bootie.

Stays on better than other booties tested

Comfortable due to stretch Velcro closure and thin material

Cordura weave provides some traction and dog can still use paw naturally through the boot

Not durable, eventually claws will wear through the boot. At the 330 cordura weight, not suitable for sidewalk walking due to wear

Not waterproof

Will not protect against wet salt, though will still offer some protection if you rinse them after each use

No reflective tape

MSRP
$6.00
BEST DEAL
N/A
Granite Gear Mush Dog Booties
83
On Trail 7
Off Trail 5
Comfort 7
Durability 8
Value 6

Easiest to put on of all boots tested

Generally stay secure

Reflective tape for visibility

Prevents snowballing of paws

Climbing skin soles provide traction in one direction, but are very slippery in the other direction

Snow can pack into the “tongue” portion of bootie.

No stretch in Velcro closure

MSRP
$50.00
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Muttluks Fleece Lined Booties
81
On Trail 7
Off Trail 5
Comfort 7
Durability 5
Value 7

Fleece lining keeps paws warm

Durable sole

Reflective tape for visibility

Prevents snowballing of paws

Leather soles become slippery once iced up

Stretchy upper cuff can collect snow with heavy use

No stretch in Velcro closure

Reflective tape peeled off on first use

MSRP
BEST DEAL
$36.99
Ruff Wear Polar Tex
75
On Trail 6
Off Trail 4
Comfort 4
Durability 10
Value 1

Quality materials you would find in human grade products

Warm

Protects from salt

Durable

Fall off too often

Cam buckle can pop open

May require more break in time for smaller dogs

MSRP
$90.00
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