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Freemotion harness

A versatile pulling-harness for running, biking, and other activities with a pulling center above the dog. Ergonomic fit provides freedom of motion and minimal breath constraint.
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Our original harness design is developed, tested, and used by world-leading mushers within bikejoring, skijoring and canicross, but applies to any active family dog. Freemotion comes in a variety of sizes and has good adjustability to fit most breeds.

 A suitable harness is crucial for the dog's performance, to avoid injuries, and to make sure the dog enjoys the activity as much as you do. A Freemotion harness is designed to unleash the dog's potential. It allows the dog's shoulders to move freely. The airways stay unrestricted while the pull force distributes around the upper body. The harness is made for activities with a pulling center higher than the dog's back. It has an adjustable pulling point to utilize power in each stride.

The dog's wellbeing is essential for us when we are carefully designing every harness at Non-stop dogwear. Ergonomic design requires attention to detail. We always construct the inner lining so that all materials overlap without any hard edges. Harnesses are made from durable, tightly woven nylon and have a cell foam base to prevent water soaking in. Every seam has its smooth side towards the dog's body, all to make sure the harness does not chafe the dog. All our harnesses have integrated 3M reflective materials for the dog's security. This anatomical design approach with freedom of movement and comfortable breathing is our trademark.

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Find the perfect size:

How to measure your dog

Technical Specifications

  • Closed-cell foam that does not absorb water
  • 420D 100% Polyester 180 gsm
  • Nylon webbing
  • Colour: Black with a colored piece indicating which size the harness is

Wash guide

Max 30°C washing machine, do not tumble dry.

Dimensions Freemotion harness

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Weight117 g140 g186 g283 g296 g338 g348 g354 g371 g380 g
Chest part length12 cm15 cm20 cm21,5 cm21,5 cm23 cm24,5 cm24,5 cm26 cm27,5 cm
Chest part width3,5 cm3,5 cm5,5 cm6 cm6 cm6 cm6,5 cm6,5 cm6,5 cm6,5 cm
Neck opening28 cm34 cm37 cm41 cm46 cm50 cm54 cm60 cm64 cm72 cm
WeightChest part lengthChest part widthNeck opening
1117 g12 cm3,5 cm28 cm
2140 g15 cm3,5 cm34 cm
3186 g20 cm5,5 cm37 cm
4283 g21,5 cm6 cm41 cm
5296 g21,5 cm6 cm46 cm
6338 g23 cm6 cm50 cm
7348 g24,5 cm6,5 cm54 cm
8354 g24,5 cm6,5 cm60 cm
9371 g26 cm6,5 cm64 cm
10380 g27,5 cm6,5 cm72 cm


Which knot is on the blue rope at the end of the Freemotion harness?
We have tied a Fisherman knot on the Freemotion harnesses tail rope.
How to choose the right size and adjust the Freemotion harness?

Measure your dog’s neck circumference to find the right size. The length and depth of this pulling harness are adjustable.

Measure where the harness will lie. Make sure to measure tight around the neck, and pull away your dog’s fur to get an accurate measurement. You can see how to measure your dog for a harness in this video.

The size finder on the product's page will help you find the correct size for your dog. Based on the measurements, simply fill in your dog’s numbers and a size will be suggested for you. With this tool, you will also see if your dog is close to going one size up or down. If your dog is in between sizes, we recommend you choose the bigger size for small/medium dogs (up to size 6) in particular. The colored tab on the harness indicates which size the harness is.

The harness’s dimensions are available on the product page if needed.

If the harness does not fit, you can exchange the harness for the right size. Visit this page to read more about returns and exchange.

In this guide you can see how to adjust the Freemotion harness for your dog.

What is the difference between the elastic and the static sidestraps?
Elastic sidestraps give your dog a few more centimeters for each stride. Because of this, athletes doing canicross and skijoring prefer elastic sidestraps. The elastic straps are made for racing, but are less durable than the static straps.
How to change the sidestraps?

Open the metal-buckle, pull the worn strap through the webbing, and plastic-buckle. Take the new strap, first guide the strap through the plastic-buckle, through the webbing and back into the metal-buckle. The side strap should be tight.

Watch this video!

Why do the sidestraps break?
The sidestraps get worn, and you might need to replace them. There are replacement sidestraps in the web-shop, both elastic and static (from size 4 and up).
What is the difference between the Combined harness and the Freemotion harness?
Both harnesses are designed for activities with a high pulling point, such as canicross/running, biking, and skiing. The Combined harness and the Freemotion harness have the same fundamental design. The Combined harness has built-in reinforced battens around the neck to give extra support. The Combined harness also has attachments for a pulka.
Should I choose the same sized Combined harness as a Freemotion harness?

The Combined harness and Freemotion harness have the same sizing.

The Combined harness feels tighter around the neck because of the battened reinforcement.

Watch this video and learn how to find the right size!

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