We Want Your Help!


We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again…THANK YOU!

We greatly appreciate the supportive and engaging social communities we have grown since we actively began participating in these virtual spaces in early 2011. Each of you inspires us to keep challenging our team to develop the safest most innovative gear to protect you as you protect your communities.

We recently did just that!

We engineered a new fire glove and we want you (YES, YOU) to help name these gloves.

Highlights about these re-designed gloves:
• “Out-of-the-Bag” Broken in Feel.
• Maximum Dexterity.
• Extreme Durability.
• 60+ TPP.

The materials include:
• Durable, silicone tanned cow hide which does not get dry or brittle after wet/dry cycles;
• New Nomex thermal liner (used in U.S. military gloves today);
• Thermal urethane moisture barrier.

Click here to enter your glove name entry on Facebook.  If you are not on Facebook, you can still participate by making your entry on our blog.

We look forward to reading each of your entries and selecting the Top 5 for voting. On March 7th, we will open the voting to our Facebook community to vote on the final name!  So, make it memorable and unique. Enter your name today, as the entry deadline is March 4, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST.

Also, be sure to visit Booth 1810 at FDIC to check out these new gloves in person.

Thank you, stay safe and good luck!

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32 comments on “We Want Your Help!

  1. Glove name: “C.Landau#1” in honor of a woman from south florida that is terminally ill. As of to date I know of 4 volunteer fire departments she has purchased 5 sets of head to toe fire-dex gear for each dept. She plans on helping other depts across the USA this year. I think it would be great to name a glove after such a big hearted lady that is spending her retirement money to help volunteer fire depts, she has helped multiple fire depts purchase much needed equipment other than just turnout gear. You should beable to google terminally ill woman donates life savings to fire depts if you would like to read about what she has been doing to help.

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