Proximity Pant

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When structural gear just isn't enough, and you need something more, we present our M² Proximity Gear.

Known for advanced radiant heat dissipation, this is your go-to for close up, high-heat, intense fire scenarios. Whether you're on a training facility in a flashover container, or fighting hydrocarbon fires at close range in an industrial setting, Ricochet has you covered.

Approved and contracted for use by the United States Air Force, Ricochet's M² Proximity Gear was designed to provide protection from physical hazards, flame resistance, high radiant heat dissipation, and a liquid barrier to protect against chemical and bloodborne pathogen exposures while limiting the heat stress and load on the wearer. The garments are certified to NFPA 1971, Protective Ensembles for Structural Fire Fighting and Proximity Fire Fighting.

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Proximity Pant

Ricochet M² Proximity Gear Features

•    Liquid barrier to protect against chemical and blood-borne pathogen exposure
•    Bi-swing Back with anatomical patterning provides unrestricted arm reach
•    Pleated flex knee with self-reinforcement and enhanced thermal protection and padding in liner
•    Durable Arashield® reinforced cuffs, elbows, and boot cut hem to reduce wear
•    Coat zipper closure (23”) with hook and loop on storm flap
•    Pant closure with zipper and hook and loop
•    Kevlar® reinforced bellows pockets with fleece handwarmers on coat
•    Kevlar® reinforced bellows pockets on pants
•    Survivor-style flashlight holder on the right chest
•    Radio pocket with double antenna notch on the left chest
•    Internal pocket on thermal liner with liner inspection port
•    Nomex® 8” wristers with thumb holes and reinforced cuffs
•    Enhanced thermal protection at the elbows and shoulders
•    Comfort chin strap and inside hanger loop on collar
•    Belt loops and belt

Ricochet M² Proximity Gear Care and Maintenance

This garment should be washed separately from other garments and all zippers or hooks & loops should be closed. For coats, the DRD should be removed. Machine wash in temperatures of 40° C or 140° F using the “Permanent Press” setting and using liquid detergent. Hang to dry. Do not machine dry. Do not use chlorine bleach. Discoloration of any component could possibly be an indication that protective qualities have been compromised. Clothing must be inspected after each use to ensure continued performance. Detailed cleaning instructions can be found by clicking here.

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