For our Mesh Bag Vest, we have taken concepts from both our Day Trip Pack Vest and our Mesh Vest, and combined them to create our New Mesh Bag Vest. This vest addresses the need for a lightweight breathable vest that also has the ability to carry many items.
The Mesh Bag Vest has two side bags made from thick mesh. On top of the vest is a foam padded back plate with handle, clear vinyl ID Hook and Loop closing pocket and a small solid fabric zippered pouch for small items such as car keys, cell phone, or a pill bottle. The front chest strap has double slides on it for extra adjustment and there are two adjustable girth straps to keep the packs in place. All three straps are able to open with attached side release buckles.
On the top of the back plate there is a heavy welded D-ring for leash attachment and two small back D-rings, to attach a bridge handle. The bags are large enough to fit a quart size bottle in.
The dimensions of the side bags are 3” Deep x 12” Wide x 7” Tall. This Vest fits a girth measurement from 30” to 39”. Mesh Bag Vest comes with 2 regular patches of your choice. This vest is not recommended for small dogs.
Comes with 2 standard patches of your choice (not specialty patches)
Lightweight and breathable
Girth measurement: 30”-39”
Service Dogs: A person must be legally disabled and their dog must perform a task for them. The handler has public access rights with a Service Dog and they are protected under Federal ADA Law, and are allowed access to public property with their Service Dog. Emotional Support Dogs:A person must have a note from a licensed mental health professional in order to legally have an ESA dog. These dogs provide an increased comfort level for their owner, particularly in social situations. These dogs do not have ADA public access rights but they are allowed to fly with their owners and qualify for no-pet housing. Therapy Dogs:A trained dog that meets the needs of others such as; visiting nursing homes, hospitals, schools, etc while doing pet therapy work. The handlers do not have ADA public access rights with Therapy Dogs and must have permission from an establishment to enter.