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  • captstanm1
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    It has to be light but it also hase to be flexible and it has to protect and it must be durabil (it has to hold up). I suggest you purchase from NFPA a copy of NFPA 1971, 2000 edition (www.nfpa.com) and read that and then make decisions on where you are going with this project. Re-designing is fine, but the safety of personnel is of utmost importance. You cant re-design gear that is not compliant unless you plan on closing your project by suggesting that you gear is subjected to the testing process for compliancy.

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  • ff21
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    i am a volly with a combonation dept. but make turnouts at light as possible. and make the boots fit like real boots.

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  • DEADHEADMIKE
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    Please design the lightest bunker pants possible. They seem like the real culprit when it gets hot outside.

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  • FTLAUD E-35
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    Turnout/Bunker gear

    Okay guys, I got a question for all you who are career firefighters . I'm doing a project for school where I'm going to redisign a firefighter's bunker gear. Now here's the question, if you could change your gear in any way, to increase safety, mobility, etc. What would that change be? Thanks in advance.

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