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Every pair of Strike Team® Gen II Pants are sewn to CFE's highest quality standards at our facility in Medford, Oregon (USA), and backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee. Made exclusively of Tencate Style 469™ fabric. All seams are double stitched, stress points are bar tacked, and zippers are reinforced with triple stitches.
Developed under DHS Wildland Firefighting Personal Protection Project, these Dual Certified (NFPA 1977, 1975) Pants (size 36x30 are non-NFPA) have been adopted by CalFire as well as many other progressive first responder agencies to face the challenges of the modern urban interface.
Designed "By Firefighters for Firefighters," they offer the safest, most efficient transition from station to initial attack, reducing heat stress and improving garment form fit and function, without sacrificing radiant thermal protection.
CERTIFIED NFPA 1977 & 1975 (size 36x30 are non-NFPA) - MANUFACTURED IN THE USA
FEATURES OF STRIKE TEAM® GEN II PANTS
- 7 oversized belt loops accommodate a 2" belt
- Front snap closure with locking zipper fly closure
- 2 front slant pockets
- Gusseted crotch
- 2 tactical cargo pockets
- Articulated knees
- Hook & loop cuff closure
- Tack Snap Button
Tencate Style 469™ recently received very high marks in wear-trial evaluation for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate. This evaluation saw Style 469™ lauded by Federal, State, and Local Government fire departments. TenCate Style 469™ is also strategically placed in the current CAL FIRE Wildland Garment System, where increased levels of Radiant Protective Performance (RPP) are required. Made with DuPont Nomex®, these fabrics offer the certainty of FR protection that firefighters can trust.
- WAIST - Measurement around where top of pants sit at waist.
SEAT - Measurement around fullest part of lower torso.
INSEAM LENGTH - Measurement along inseam from crotch seam to bottom edge to cuff; 28, 30, 32, 34, and 36.