This innovative wildland fire pack has a modular design that starts with web gear and can interchange with holsters to create different configurations. The main pack is spacious, providing ample room for all the gear you may need to battle a large fire in the backcountry. This wildland fire pack also comes equipped with two side holsters that are perfect for carrying fuzees and water bottles. The main compartment, as well as the side holsters can be detached and reattached anywhere there is webbing on the fireline web gear. This allows the wearer to increase or decrease their weight and carrying capacity to match the threat they face, making this wildfire gear some of the most customizable in the market. The quick access fire shelter holster is removable and like the other components of these fireline packs can be worn separately or in different set ups.
The bottom line is that this wildland fire pack and fireline web gear is the wildland firefighters best friend.
Wildland Fire Pack Product Details:
- Wide-mouth top pocket flap opens to a spacious top-load main compartment
- This wildland fire pack accommodates a standard fire helmet under the top pocket
- Internal mesh divider sleeves keep inside contents separated
- Fire-shelter stash bag gives fast, one-handed access to new-generation as well as old style fire-shelters
- Fire-shelter stash bag is removable and adjustable to prevent “pack rash” (can be worn separately)
- Bottle holsters hold up to 4 standard-issue water bottles, and feature foam construction to maintain shape and protect your gear, cinch cords and grommet drain holes to keep dirt and water out
- Ergonomic, adjustable, padded shoulder straps provide the ultimate custom fit and superior freedom of movement
- Padded, back panel equipped with hydration bladder stash — holds up to 100-fluid oz. bladder
- Padded waist belt with bidirectional compression provides optimum weight distribution and stability
- Lots of webbing hooks on the main pack compartment allow you to easily attach any additional gear to your wildfire gear
- Standard grey coloring helps hide the typical black soot and charcoal helping your team look good even after a tough day fighting fires