Gear: NARGEAR GROPER WILDLAND FIRE PACK
NARGEAR GROPER WILDLAND FIRE PACKNARGEAR
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Made in the U.S.A. the GROPER fireline pack is double stiched with Military spec parachute harness thread, 1000 Denier Cordura. This pack accepts both “old style” and “new style fire shelters. The pack is designed so the fire shelter can be deployed with the right or left hand without changing configuration. This pack design minimizes fire shelter butt rub. Adjustable yoke shoulder harness attached to the pack in two places and keeps the pack centered on your back while digging line. Hydration system compatible and has a safety whistle built in to the chest strap. For the Sawyers and swappers the pack comes with heavy duty straps to clip in your sig bottles of fuel and tie down straps to keep them from clinking. 1258 cubic inches of volume allows to pack for a 16 hour shift or enough gear to coyote out for a couple of shifts. This pack is made in the USA. The pack is designed and built by a Missoula Montana Smoke Jumper. History and Nargear website info: Nargear LLC was established in 2004. Our equipment has fought fire in 29 different states and 3 countries, encountering multiple fuel types, terrain, weather, and fire behavior. Nargear packs are widely used by extended attack and initial attack fire resources across the nation such as firefighter hand crews, hotshot crews, fire engines, fire helicopter crew members and aerial fire fighters. No gimmicks just HARD CORE comfortable functional quality equipment. We are the REAL DEAL! Coming to a FIRE district near you. Check out the website at: www.nargear.com
- KMacht, Mon, 24 Aug 2009 04:36:21 UTC.
- 1st review
I have never found a pack that was the “IT” pack. For the past 11 years I have been through many packs and never had the right fit or able to live out of my pack happily without wishing I could add a pouch here or change a strap there. Until I met the Owner and designer of NarGear at a fire show in Las Vegas NV were I was able to try the Groper by Nargear. 2 years now and I love it. I really love it. Comfort and quality and built by someone who knows how wildland fire fighters work, bend, move and carry equipment.
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