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KevytPomppa is a versatile mid-season coat that keeps the dog both dry and warm. The waterproof shell fabric and warm fur lining are the perfect choice for the varying spring and fall weather.

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KevytPomppa is a fur-lined raincoat that keeps the dog dry and comfortable in the mid-season weather. The waterproof and durable shell fabric protects the dog from rain, wind and dirt. The lining is made of soft synthetic fur which insulates effectively. The anti-static materials ensure that even a long-furred dog doesn’t get their coat tangled.

KevytPomppa works perfectly as a mid-season coat for cold-sensitive dogs and as a winter coat for more cold-tolerant breeds. The unique design ensures that the coat protects the dog’s back, neck, abdomen, and rear end without restricting their natural movement. Also, the simple design guarantees a good fit for all types of dogs, and is quick and easy to put on.

KevytPomppa can be used individually as a mid-season raincoat, but it also works as an excellent shell jacket over a thermal layer, like JumppaPomppa. The light materials allow the coat to pack up small, so it’s easy to carry along for all kinds of adventures.

  • Warm and light-weight raincoat
  • Anti-static lining doesn’t tangle the fur
  • Full protection without restriction of movement
  • Simple yet unique design is easy to put on
  • Works as a shell jacket over JumppaPomppa

The size of Pomppa coats correspond directly to the dog’s back length in centimeters, which means the correct size is chosen by measuring the dog’s back length. 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 size larger or smaller than what the back length indicates.

The units in the size chart are min and max measurements of the product. Note that due to the thickness of the materials, the coat’s waist measurement is recommended to be slightly larger than the dog’s waist circumference in order for the coat to sit comfortable on the dog. Depending on the dog’s proportions, the belt doesn’t necessarily set on the narrowest part of the dog’s waist.

The picture shows where the measurements are taken. When measuring a thick-furred dog, be sure to leave extra room for the fur.If you have trouble deciding between two sizes, don’t hesitate to contact us.

Kuvallinen ohjeistus Pompan koiran takkien mittaukseen.
  1. BACK – The back length is measured from the neck to the base of the tail. Start measuring from the meeting point of the neck and back.
  2. CHEST –The chest circumference is measured from the widest point of the chest.
  3. WAIST – The waist circumference is measured from the narrowest part of the dog’s abdomen

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Afghan Hound60 65 70
Airedale Terrier48 52 56
Alaskan Malamute60 65 70
American Cockerspaniel37 40 44
American Hairless Terrier34 37 40
American Staffordshire Terrier48 52 56
Appenzeller Mountain Dog52 56
Australian Cattle Dog48 52
Australian Kelpie44 48 52
Australian Shepherd52 56 60
Australian terrier34 37 40
Barbet56 60
Basenji34 37 40
Basset Hound52 56 60
Beagle40 44 48
Bearded Collie56 60
Beauceron65 70
Bedlington Terrier40 44 48
Belgian Shepherd56 60 65
Bernese Mountain Dog65 70 75
Bichon Frise31 34 37
Bolognese28 31 34
Border Collie48 52 56
Border Terrier34 37
Boxer48 52 56
Bracco Italiano56 60
Brazilian Terrier34 37 40
Brittany44 48
Bull Terrier44 48 52
Bullmastiff65 70 75
Cairn Terrier31 34 37
Chesapeake Bay Retriever52 56 60
Chihuahua25 28 31
Chinese Crested Dog31 34
Cocker Spaniel40 44 48
Collie (rough)52 56 60
Collie (smooth)48 52 56
Coton de tuléar34 37
Curly Coated Retriever56 60 65
Dachshund (Miniature)37 40 44
Dachshund (Standard)40 44 48
Dalmatian56 60
Danish–Swedish Farmdog34 37 40
Doberman60 65
Drever44 48 52
Dutch Sheepdog48 52
Dutch Shepherd52 56
East Siberian Laika56 60
English Pointer52 56 60
English setter56 60 65
English Springer Spaniel48 52 56
English Toy Terrier28 31 34
Eurasier52 56 60
Field Spaniel44 48 52
Finnish Hound52 56
Finnish Lapphund44 48 52
Finnish Spitz44 48 52
Flat-Coated Retriever56 60 65
Foxterrier34 37 40
German Pointer56 60 65
German Shepherd65 70 75
Giant Schnauzer60 65
Golden retriever56 60 65
Gordon Setter60 65
Great Dane70 75 80
Greyhound65 70
Havanese31 34 37
Hovawart60 65 70
Icelandic Sheepdog40 44 48
Irish Setter60 65
Irish Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier44 48 52
Irish Terrier40 44 48
Irish Water Spaniel52 56 60
Irish Wolfhound75 80 85
Italian Greyhound31 34 37
Jack Russell Terrier31 34 37
Jagdterrier34 37
Jämthund52 56 60
Karelian Bear Dog52 56 60
Kerry Blue Terrier40 44 48
Kleinspitz28 31
Kooikerhondje44 48
Kromfohrländer40 44 48
Labrador Retriever56 60
Lagotto Romagnolo40 44 48
Lakeland Terrier34 37 40
Lancashire Heeler34 37 40
Landseer70 75 80
Lapponian Herder48 52 56
Leonberger75 80 85
Lhasa Apso34 37
Maltese25 28 31
Manchester Terrier34 37
Miniature American Shepherd40 44 48
Miniature Bull Terrier34 37
Miniature Pinscher25 28 31
Miniature Schnauzer31 34 37
Mittelspitz34 37
Mudi44 48 52
Newfoundland65 70 75
Norfolk Terrier28 31 34
Norrbottenspets44 48
Norwegian Elkhound48 52
Norwegian Lundehund31 34 37
Norwich Terrier28 31 34
Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever48 52 56
Old English Sheepdog60 65
Papillon25 28 31
Parson Russel Terrier31 34 37
Peruvian Hairless Dog (large)44 48 52
Peruvian Hairless Dog (medium)40 44
Peruvian Hairless Dog (small)31 34 37
Phalène25 28 31
Pharaoh Hound52 56
Pinscher37 40 44
Pomeranian25 28 31
Poodle (large)52 56
Poodle (medium)37 40 44
Poodle (miniature)31 34 37
Portuguese Water Dog48 52 56
Pumi40 44 48
Pyrenean Sheepdog44 48 52
Rhodesian Ridgeback60 65 70
Rottweiler65 70
Russian Toy25 28 31
Saint Bernard75 80 85
Saluki56 60
Samojedi52 56 60
Schipperke28 31 34
Scottish Terrier34 37 40
Shar pei48 52
Shetland Sheepdog34 37 40
Shiba37 40 44
Shih tzu31 34
Siberian Husky56 60
Silky Terrier25 28 31
Spanish Water Dog44 48 52
Stabyhoun52 56
Staffordshire bull terrier40 44 48
Standard Schnauzer40 44 48
Swedish Vallhund37 40 44
Tibetan Spaniel31 34 37
Tibetan Terrier34 37 40
Vizsla52 56 60
Weimaraner60 65
Welsh Corgi Cardigan48 52 56
Welsh Corgi Pembroke44 48 52
Welsh Springer Spaniel48 52 56
West Highland White Terrier31 34 37
Whippet48 52
White Swiss Shepherd Dog65 70
Yorkshire terrier25 28 31

• Shell fabric: 100 % recycled polyester*
• Shell fabric water resistance: 5 000 mm
• Shell fabric has water repellent treatment
• Lining: 100 % polyester

*Starting from season 22-23, the shell fabric of Pomppa coats is made of 100 % recycled polyester. There are still individual products made of 100 % virgin polyester left in our warehouse, but despite this, the appearance and the functionality of the two materials are perfectly equal.

Care instructions
• Machine wash 30 C
• Do not use fabric softener
• Do not tumble dry
• Do not iron
• Do not bleach
• Wash with similar colors

Country of origin
Shell: Taiwan
Lining: Taiwan
Manufacturing: China

13 reviews for KevytPomppa

  1. Carlotta

    Keeps the dog warm and dry in all weather conditions. In combination with the Jumppapomppa we can walk safely even on the coldest winter days.

  2. Maiju

    Abdolutely LOVE this one! I love the color, our golden girl has purple one! It protects form rain but also has a little layer that keeps doggo warm during colder fall/spring weather and why not winter time also! So it has a lot of use almost all year around 🤌🏼

  3. Susanne

    + Good quality and I really like the thin plush lining, comfortable to wear.
    – It runs large (choose at least one size smaller than your dog normally uses), miss a leash hole for harness and could have been more waterproof/repellent.

  4. Pascalene

    The Kevyt is a really awesome rain coat that we’ve enjoyed using. The quality is top notch and I like the fact that it has the reflective strip on it, making it easy to see the dogs when it’s a bit dark. The material is pretty durable too – we’ve used our Kevyts quite often and have had to rinse/wash them a bit since they get caked in mud. I like pairing the kevyt with the jumppa for some extra warmth. Love that they are waterproof and keep the floofs dry when it’s raining!

    RE Sizing, we have the same size as the Jumppa but can definitely say they fit a bit looser than the Jumppa, which is perfect when putting the Kevyt over something.

    Would love the idea of leg straps though because we do have coats slipping and sliding around (unless they have Jumppas underneath); but it’s really manageable either way.

  5. Vesna

    Love the jacket. Waterproof, easy to put on, nice quality. Great for everyday use. I like the thin lining, keeps the dog warm. If it gets colder I put underneath jumppa. Very easy to clean.
    Runs a little bit bigger. I got the recommended size but could have gotten a size smaller.

  6. Kata Tóth

    The best raincoat ever. It stays on the dog without slipping even while running intensively and is the best against pouring rain as well. If there were a kevyt for humans I would buy it in no time.

  7. Mario

    very wet so we went with one of the lighter options and I think it’ll be perfect for her

  8. Mario

    Just got the KevytPomppa for my blue heeler Violet, and I’m in love. It’s our first but won’t be our last. It’s light weight and has the perfect amount of insulation for Pennsylvania winters. Plus it’s gorgeous

  9. Sarah

    The Kevyt Pomppas are our go to rainy/snowy day coats. They fit my Shelties and Pinscher mutts perfectly. I like to layer them with the Jumppa Pomppas on extra cold days.

  10. Holly

    Very beautiful, colour and fit is similar to the Perus. It fitted very great to my dog but as she got older I wanted something which gets her warmer, so i changed to the Perus.

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