Friday, June 12, 2015

Kill Fire with Crew Boss: Made in the USA!

Year after year, Crew Boss's garments and gear, proudly made in the U.S.A., continue to be the protective clothing choice on the fire lines everywhere. Thousands of firefighters from coast-to-coast wear the Crew Boss brand apparel because they've come to rely on it for superior fit, comfort, quality construction, and functional features.

Following are some Crew Boss pieces that have great reviews from the fire community.

First up, the Traditional Brush Shirt.

The Traditional Brush Shirt is certified to current NFPA 1977 Standards and designed for the utmost functionality while on the fire line. It's available in either Nomex IIA or Tecasafe Plus and will give you great personal protection and dependable strength in a lightweight, breathable, and flame resistant design. Get more details on the Traditional Brush Shirt here.

A great Crew Boss pant option is the Station/Wildland Dual-Compliant BDU Brush Pant shown here. 

These pants bridge the gap from hanging in the station to being out on the fire line because they're the one pant that does it all. These pants are built to be more durable, more comfortable and more protective than other pant options.  The choice of Nomex IIA or TecaSafe Plus is up to you, and the dual certification allows you to go from the station to the wildland scene without the hassle of changing.  More details on the CrewBoss Pants .

Lastly, the Crew Boss Brush Coat

The Brush Coat by Crew Boss should be your first choice for protection and warmth on the wildland scene, as the Indura liner can be removed for warm days or buttoned back in for chilly nights. This jacket features a turnout-style collar that also has self-storing throat straps giving you full protection when you need it. With large pockets all over the jacket, you've also got convenient room for your radio, tools, and personal items.  More details on the Brush Coat.


If you want to kill fire with gear proudly made in the USA, then Crew Boss is the name. Shop all Crew Boss.

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