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First Responder Gear & Gear Management

Morning Pride® Dual-certified Gear


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Ease of movement with serious protection, this Morning Pride® Dual-certified gear reduces the stress load on the everyday first responders when compared to using standard bunker gear for rescue operations. It is lighter and more breathable, has higher mobility and flexibility, resistant to bloodbone pathogens, and is multipurpose. Features and Benefits: The gear offers reduced weight and ease of movement with superior protection for essentially all non-fire incidents, which account for over 70% of fire service runs. When responding to EMS, rescues, extrications, confined space work, and hazardous material spills, use of lightweight, far less expensive technical rescue gear will save wear and tear of more expensive structural bunker gear and provide responders the right gear for each functional area (fire and non-fire). THL for Dual-certified gear is a minimum of 450 W/m2, whereas Structural is 205 W/m2. • Two-layer System Features two-layer (outer shell and liner) design, which allows the shell to take the punishment of daily use but protects the pathogen/moisture barrier unlike single-layer tri-laminate designs. The two-layer system has been widely preferred in the field and allows onsite customization (patches, rank upgrades, and more). Highly Breathable FR Outer Shells and Colors • Millenia™ Light (FR) 5.5 oz – 40% PBO, 60% Kevlar® with enhanced water repellency – bronze Moisture Barrier • Crosstech® SR 4.3 oz 2-layer laminate using a PTFE bi-component film with woven aramid substrate Dual-certified to: NFPA 1951 for Technical Rescue and Recovery Clothing NFPA 1999 for Emergency Medical Operations Clothing PART OF THE MORNING PRIDE SERIES Options Popular Options • All Non-metal Morning Pride® Options • Replaceable/Interchangeable Knees Handy for choosing your level of protection or replacing a damaged knee to keep gear in service • Take-up Straps Better fit • Built-in Protective Hood Stowed away when not needed; easily deployed when needed • Fleece Vest Liner Attached with a zipper; gives warmth in colder areas • Reflective Trim Packages Daytime and nighttime visibility • Elbow Cuff and Knee Reinforcements Extra durability • Normal Leg Cuffs For those who don’t want stirrups • Detachable Moisture Barrier Outer shell only can be worn as standalone for non-tactical purposes, but meets no NFPA standard unless Wildland certification is specified • Drag Rescue Device Exclusive DRD specifically designed to protect the more vulnerable film side of the expensive and critical moisture barrier • Pockets Patch pockets, half-height patch pockets, handwarmer pockets, half-height bellows pockets, semi-bellows, EZ grip flaps, bellows pockets, notebook pockets, undershield pockets, bandolero pockets, radio pockets, air mask pockets, flashlight pockets, reinforcements, dividers, contoured pant pockets, hip pockets, medical records pockets • Mic Tabs • SL-90 Flashlight Holders • Snap-style Suspenders Quick-adjust and standard • Boot Access Panels • Angled Cuffs Stirrups not available with angled cuffs Certified Escape Systems • Spider™ Harness – Integrated Class II safety and rescue harness with A-frame • Patriot™ Harness – Integrated Class II safety and rescue harness • Life Grip™ Ladder / Escape Belt – Functional and fully adjustable escape belt
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