True North TRAP DOOR® HOSE PACK

TRAP DOOR HOSE PACK

The Trap Doorâ„¢ Hose Pack loads and deploys faster than any hose pack EVER! A bold claim, but once you’ve tried it we think you’ll agree. Designed to carry two single-jacket hose bundles (up to 1 ½” each) in any configuration (donut, U-shape, etc.). The secret to the Trap Door pack is, well – the trap door in the bottom. This is a rigid platform that is pulled up by adjustable web, then released with rip-cords mounted on the shoulder harness. The design prevents accidental hose deployments. Color- coded rip cord tabs match the color-coded hose holders so you always know which hose you’re deploying. Padded back and shoulder straps for comfort.

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The Trap Doorâ„¢ Hose Pack loads and deploys faster than any hose pack EVER! A bold claim, but once you’ve tried it we think you’ll agree. Designed to carry two single-jacket hose bundles (up to 1 ½” each) in any configuration (donut, U-shape, etc.). The secret to the Trap Door pack is, well – the […]

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