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3XL Firefighter Step-In Turnout Gear Bag

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Lightning X Products has been improving the design of this bag for nearly 20 years. Through voice of the customer, the LXFB10 has been designed from the inside out by firefighters like you. It’s large enough to hold all of your turnout gear, helmet, SCBA mask, jumpsuit and other items all while being tough enough to withstand the abuse that firefighters are known to inflict on their gear. The FB10 has tons of pockets and compartments to keep your gear organized. It’s large, it’s rugged, and it’s reflective all-over.

FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • Made of heavy-duty water-resistant nylon
  • New triple trim reflective striping
  • Extra-large zippers for long lasting durability
  • Helmet compartment zipper runs full width of bag
  • Strong padded shoulder strap will hold 100 lbs. of gear
  • New wrap-around reinforced bottom and sides protect from water leakage and extends under helmet compartment
  • Large enough to hold 2 sets of turnout gear
  • Compartments for helmet, jumpsuit, scba mask, and gloves
  • All logos are embroidered
  • Reflective stitching and “Fire Fighter” weave in shoulder strap

DIMENSIONS: 34″(L) x 16″(W) x 18″(H)

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