Friday, June 13, 2014

Coaxsher On Sale!

Coaxsher is an elite manufacture of wildland gear, search and rescue gear, and wildland fire clothing and was born from two brothers in Entiat, Washington. Their passion stemmed from one small town in WA, now to products being distributed throughout the world. And we're bringing you the great Coaxsher goods for 10% off for a limited time!

What kind of products does Coaxsher offer? We'll show you!

Wildland Brush Shirt, in Yellow

"The new Vector Wildland Fire Shirt is the result of a custom designed product for firefighters in the southern regions. They wanted an excellent quality and well-priced wildland fire shirt that would accommodate the extreme heat while keeping their wildland firefighters safe. Tecasafe® Plus 580 (5.8oz) material to provide a lighter and cooler feel, similar to the old-gold wildland fire shirts. The shirt features were then simplified to trim cost while keeping the unmatched cut, fit, and workmanship you to see in all Coaxsher™ PPE. "

  • Excellent moisture management
  • Soft and lightweight fabric provides unmatched comfort
  • FR properties won't wash or wear out
  • Ideal pocket layout and design with two chest pockets
  • UL® Certified to NFPA 1977-2011 Specifications
  • Lifetime warranty

"The CX Wildland Fire Pants are the perfect balance between protection and comfort. Each feature in these wildland fire pants was specifically designed to battle against heat, sweat, and discomfort. Our Xvent system (YKK® Nomex® zippered leg vents) allows airflow to battle against internal heat.

The cut and fit of the CX Wildland Vent Brush Pants are second to none and totally change Wildland PPE. With absolutely stellar fit, leg venting, knee articulation, and seamless crotch (less chafing!) these wildland fire pants keep you protected and comfortable all day long. Carefully thought out design patterns and articulated seams allow these wildland fire pants to move with you not against you. Whether you’re on the fire line or at base camp you will appreciate these pants like no others."

  • Patent pending “XVent” Technology makes these pants the “coolest”, period.
  • Minimize chafing with our new underside pattern design
  • Articulated areas, aggressively cut, and double reinforce for excellent comfort, fit and mobility
  • UL® Certified to NFPA 1977-2011 Specifications

"This lightweight wildland fire pack allows you to adapt it for multiple uses, so you only carry what you need. Modules, all of which can be removed, include the 700 cubic inch main pack, new generation fire shelter case with gloves pocket, 102 oz. water reservoir case, and water bottle case."

  • Material: DuPont® 1000 Denier Cordura®
  • ITW Nexus® Buckles and Hardware
  • YKK® Zipper Pulls & Tape
  • Quality Nylon Webbing
  • Total Weight: 60 oz / 3.75 lbs / 1.7 kg.
  • Volume: 1100ci / 18.03 liter

"The Beta Tecasafe offers excellent protection, comfort, breathability, and durability. Made mostly of 5.8oz Tecasafe Plus (Lightweight and Breathable) with 7oz Tecasafe Plus in the areas you want extra toughness. ¾ YKK Nomex front zip allows for breathability and easy on/off capabilities. Airflow vents in each bicep area of the arms. Two slanted bicep pockets with segmented VELCRO® brand keeps contents secure while allowing easy access even with gloves. Top button neck closure along with Mil-Spec VELCRO® brand wrist straps allow you to batten down the hatches when needed."

  • Airflow Vents in Each Bicep Area
  • 3/4 Front Zipper for breathability and easy on/off capabilities
  • Two slanted bicep pockets with segmented VELCRO® brand
  • 5.8oz Lightweight Fabric Provides Unmatched Comfort
  • Excellent Moisture Management
  • 7.0oz Material for Toughness
  • FR Properties Won't Wash or Wear Out
  • Top Button Neck Closure
  • Mil-Spec VELCRO® brand Wrist Straps
  • UL® Certified to NFPA 1977-2011 Specifications
  • Lifetime Warranty

To see more offerings from the 10% Coaxsher sale, like the iCase, the radio chest pack, the Coaxsher Wildland Shroud, the Ranger Search and Rescue Pack and more--click here

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