Heat Straps’ Fire Resistant Firefighter Wrist Straps allow you to hang your gloves on your turnout coat and reduce the risk of losing them during a critical situation.
Are you tired of fumbling around with for your gloves in your turnout gear pockets? Do you want to ensure that you'll never lose your gloves again at the next working fire?
Heat Straps is the answer to all your lost gloves problems. These straps are worn on your wrists over your turnout coat wristlets and are attached to the hanging loop on your gloves by using a girth hitch. You'll always know where your gloves are since you'll literally be attached to them.
- Product is composed of Kevlar, Nomex, and Fire Resistant Elastic
- One size fits all
- Package includes a pair of fire resistant Heat Straps
- Attaches to any glove with a hanging loop (90% of fire gloves have this)
Will you be the first to let 'em hang?
Heat Straps™ is an ancillary device that should not be worn alone, but in conjunction with other required safety equipment. Many individual components of the Heat Straps™ have been 3rd party tested for heat and flame resistance, but the Heat Straps™ as a whole has not been tested by a 3rd party. Therefore, the Heat Straps™ have not been proven to be intrinsically safe, as well as being heat, flame, impact, and water resistant according to a specific 3rd party requirement so as to insure its appropriateness. All users assume full responsibility for the use and application of the Heat Straps™.
Heat Straps LLC offers a Limited Warranty for its products, covering against defects in materials and workmanship conforming to a period of 90 days from the date of retail sale. During the warranty period, the product could be replaced, at Heat Straps LLC’s discretion. Heat Straps LLC will also permit a return in rare instances that a product is damaged in transport.
This Limited Warranty is void if any defects are caused by abuse, misuse, negligence or unauthorized modifications or repairs made to Heat Straps LLC’s product. All liability for incidental or consequential damages is specifically excluded. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to the customer.