Designed in Norway, the Glacier Jacket 2.0 is a comfortable and warm winter jacket that's designed to provide your dog with full freedom of movement for hiking, playing, and even training your dog.
This performance dog coat is insulated with PrimaLoft Black Insulation Eco, commonly used in sportswear for humans. The insulation is lightweight and soft, but still provides your dog with the warmth they need in any weather. The jacket has a windproof and water-repellent shell so it is effective even if it gets wet. Exposed areas are reinforced for extra protection against weather and rough vegetation.
The Glacier Jacket 2.0 has been updated with new panels and articulation to fit your dog's body perfectly. The cinch points and chest strap allow individual adjustment. Leg straps help keep the jacket in the right position and prevent it from lifting in high winds. Dedicated leash openings allow a harness and a collar to be worn under the jacket. Non-Stop Dogwear has added drainage holes on the chest portion of the jacket to prevent water from gathering under your dog's chest, which could cause them to get cold and uncomfortable.
Reflective details provide high visibility in the dark as well as on overcast days.
The Glacier Jacket can be easily packed down and stored in the mesh bag that it comes with.
For a comparison of the different types of Pomppa coats and what they are designed for, please read "Choosing the Right Coat."
What size coat does your dog need? Click on the Sizing tab for instructions on how to measure your dog and choose the appropriate size.
How to Measure Your Dog
The size of these jackets corresponds directly to the dog's back length in centimeters. However, depending on the dog's proportions, the thickness of the dog's fur, or the intended use of the product, the correct size may be a size larger or smaller than what the back length indicates. If you are uncertain of sizing, please call or email us for assistance.
Be sure that your dog is standing squarely, with head up, and is looking straight ahead. Following the contour of the dog's back closely, measure from the dog's neck at the point where it joins his shoulders to the base of his tail (the point where the tail joins the body).
|24||8.7" to 10.2"
|27||10.2" to 11.4"
|30||11" to 12.6"
|33||12.2" to 13.8"
|36||13" to 15.4"
|40||14.6" to 16.9"
|45||16.5" to 18.9"
|50||18.5" to 20.9"
|55||20.5" to 22.8"
|60||22.4" to 24.8"
|65||24.4" to 26.8"
|70||25.2" to 29.9"