True North Gear upgrades wildland packs to fully utilize the MOLLE attachment system
SEATTLE, Wash. — True North Gear® has upgraded our wildland packs for true MOLLE system compatibility, ensuring that users can swap out True North® or outside accessories with ease.
Gen 2 Wildland Fire Packs:
Our Gen 2 wildland pack collection (Spitfire™, Spyder Gear™, Fireball™, Firefly™ and Firefly™ Medic) now fully utilize the MOLLE attachment system, letting users swap out True North® or outside accessories with ease. Making this transition meant upgrading the harnesses and hip belts on all our Gen 2 packs, which now offer superior ergonomic harness comfort and true MOLLE system compatibility on the hip belt that conforms to the 1” MOLLE webbing standard. It’s the same great packs our customers love with upgrades that make life on the fireline easier and more comfortable.
About True North:
True North® is a trusted source for quality packs, bags and FR clothing for over 20 years. We design and manufacture gear and accessories for wildland fire, structure fire, and search & rescue markets, while our partner brand DragonWear™ supplies performance-based FR/AR clothing to the fire, utilities, industrial safety and petro chemical industries.
From our extensive line of RIT bags and turnout duffels for structure – to a full line of packs, duffels, radio harnesses and clothing for wildland fire and search & rescue – every True North® product is built to excel in the harsh conditions of demanding, everyday use. Product innovation and design are just starting points; what truly distinguishes True North® is superior customer service backed up by a lifetime materials warranty. In more than two decades, our passion for creating and improving upon ways to help people be as comfortable and safe as possible in their apparel and gear has not changed, and the proof is in our products.
For more information, please visit our True North® website at www.truenorthgear.com, call us at 800-873-5725 or email us at email@example.com.
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