602/603 Adventurer fire fighting kit

Rescue

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This suit is specially designed to tackle wildfires but can easily double as a rescue suit.

The 602/603 wildland combo is made of a single layer of lightweight, yet strong, material. When it comes to stowage, don’t worry, you’ll be well catered for: we’ve worked with firefighters to locate the best pocket placements for your needs. A valued member of any wildland brigade.

602 Jacket:

• Zipper protected by full-length storm flap
• Intelligent pocket placement
• Radio and torch loops on breast to aid hands free communication
• Vertical entry Napoleon pocket inside storm flap
• Double band 50mm triple-trim around cuffs and waist to easily identify FRS personnel
• Inner wrist cuffs with thumb loop to increase comfort and weatherproofing
• Action back pleat and elasticated waistband for enhanced range of movement

603 Trouser:

• Double band 50mm triple-trim around ankle cuffs
• Ankle and waist adjustable tabs to improve fit and comfort
• Built in elasticated braces
• Abrasion resistant knee patches to aid longevity
• Bellows style thigh pockets on each leg
• Closure tabs for tight fit around ankles

MSA F2 X-Trem Helmet

The F2 X-Trem is a multipurpose technical rescue and wildland fire helmet. This helmet isn’t only great because of its high levels of comfort (even after long periods of use), but also it’s modularity. This helmet can interface with visors, goggles, hearing protection, communication systems, and more. Be ready for anything.

Holik Miwa Gloves

These rescue gloves are strong yet comfortable, flexible and breathable. They have built in cut resistance and elastic wristbands. These gloves will have your team primed for rescue missions.

Goliath Hades Boots

Hades boots boast a quick release zip system which makes both doffing and donning easy and fast. Providing added comfort with memory foam, arch support and shock absorption, Hades boots were designed with your firefighters in mind.

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