The Arctic Fleece Bodysuit

Designed to keep your pup warm, comfy + cozy all winter long.

Smooth exterior, soft microfleece moisture-wicking interior.

Four-way stretch Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece moves with your pup.

A suit that's super comfortable + breathable to protect your pup on cold winter days.

Twilight Teal

Arctic Fleece Bodysuit

$85.50$113.50 (USD)

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Twilight Teal

Arctic Fleece Bodysuit

$85.50$113.50 (USD)

We recommend this for


A warm blend of comfort + protection

Extra Warmth for Your Pup

If a cold, wintery walk is not your pup’s idea of fun or your senior dog needs added warmth when the temperature drops, our cozy Arctic Fleece Bodysuit is ideal.

The plush Polartec® Power Stretch® microfleece material & smooth exterior provides exceptional warmth + breathability for your pup. It's a cozy combination of superior comfort & protection from the elements on those chilly days.


Weather Protection All Season Long

Designed with Polartec® Power Stretch® fleece material, our Arctic Fleece Bodysuit moves freely with your pup & supports joint mobility during cold weather conditions.

Ideal for pups who need a bodysuit to keep them warm & snowball-free or dogs who just want to stay toasty throughout the winter months.

It's All About the Benefits

Spend more time making memories with your pup and less time melting snow, washing off mud, etc.

Arctic Fleece Bodysuit

Light Rain Protection

Made with a dual-surface material that's smooth on the outside with a soft, moisture-wicking microfleece interior.

Mud & Debris Protection

More mud and debris on the suit means less on your dog! With full body coverage, our Arctic Fleece Bodysuit reduces the amount of mud, dirt and more that enters your home.

Added Warmth

Designed with a soft microfleece interior, the suit creates a thermal layer to keep pups warm without the weight and restriction of a  heavy jacket.

Arthritis Relief

Our suit's plush microfleece interior traps your dog's own body heat to create a warm, thermal layer that comforts arthritic joints + relieves arthritis symptoms.

Snow Protection

Our bodysuit serves as a warm barrier between the snow and your dog to significantly reduce heavy snowballs adhering to their fur.

4-Way Stretch + Breathability

The breathable Power Stretch® fleece fabric adapts to your dog's body for maximum comfort through every walk, run and jump

See What Everyone's Barking About

We can talk about our bodysuits all day, but our amazing customers take the words right out of our mouth.

Janice - AF Review

Janice Bosomworth
Verified Owner

"The first time our golden doodle went out to play in the snow, we thoroughly enjoyed her frolicking. BUT when she came inside, we were horrified with the sticky nature of the snowballs and our inability to remove them without great difficulty. We tried buckets of warm warm, rubbing, and finally thought “next year we go south for 2 months!” Through a lot of research, we found this suit and it is absolutely worth every penny. It is easy to put on and take off and dries quickly between going outdoors...What a relief! We strongly recommend this."

Smokey Joe - Review

Verified Owner

"I couldn’t be more pleased with Smokey Joe’s arctic fleece suit! It fits him like a glove. Smokey Joe is a labradoodle with a super fine coat that develops huge snow clods over his entire body within minutes of being in the snow. Just today, we were able to spend over an hour playing in a snowy field! Such a happy puppy! It’s super high quality material and craftsmanship and we get tons of compliments every time we take Smokey Joe out to play!"

Joyce Gardella - AF Review

Joyce Gardella
Verified Owner

"My Yorkie and I love to go out for walks, but keeping her warm below zero is a challenge. I have tried three different coats on her and was unhappy with all of them because I just didn’t feel they covered her enough. Now her whole body and legs are covered! And she can still do her business. She made our 2 mile walk today at -10 degrees…no problem!"

How to Measure Your Pup for the Best Size


How to Measure Your Dog's Top Line

The top line measurement determines the length of your dog’s back, starting from the base of the neck (where the shoulder blades begin) and ending where you want the suit to end (close to where the tail begins). Your dog should also stand up as you take this measurement – if they’re sitting or laying down, their spine can elongate and give you an inaccurate measurement.

To Measure Your Dog’s Top Line:

  1. Have your dog stand on a flat surface in a natural stance.
  2. Find the base of their neck (where the shoulder blades begin, NOT up at the collar).
  3. Use a tailor's measuring tape to measure a straight line along your dog’s spine, ending where you want the suit to stop (usually close to where the tail begins).
  4. If you don’t have a measuring tape, you can use a string, phone charger, etc, to mark your dog’s top line length. Then place that item next to any household measuring tool (like a ruler) to find the actual top line measurement.
  5. Write down the measurement and round up to the nearest half inch if needed.

How to Measure Your Dog's Girth

The girth measurement determines your dog’s circumference to ensure a comfortable fit in the chest area. The girth measurement is found by measuring all the way around your dog behind the front legs (where their chest/girth is the widest and/or deepest). The exact location can vary depending on your dog’s breed and body shape. An accurate girth measurement helps guarantee a snug yet comfortable fit for your dog’s bodysuit.

To Measure Your Dog’s Girth:

  1. Have your dog stand on a flat surface in a natural position.
  2. Take your flexible measuring tape and wrap it around the widest part of your dog’s chest/ribcage (somewhere behind the front legs).
  3. Make sure the measuring tape stays flat and snug (do not add room to account for your dog’s fur, otherwise the suit may be too baggy).
  4. If you use a string, phone cord, etc. for the measurement, mark on it the length that fits around your dog’s girth and use any household measuring tool (like a ruler) to determine the girth size.
  5. Write down the measurement and round up to the nearest half inch if needed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here's some of the most common questions we get about our Arctic Fleece Bodysuits, but reach out to us if we didn't answer yours!

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