Vallfirest: Forestry Backpack Xtreme Pack

Designed for use in the harshest of conditions

 

 

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The Xtreme Pack is an all-new wildland backpack specially designed for use in the harshest of conditions, offering fire-fighters greater performance, comfort and flexibility in their extinguishing and wildland fire prevention work.

The ergonomic design means light tools, chainsaws, food, water and a fire-retardant Xtreme Shelter refuge can also be carried at the same time with a perfectly distributed load and tight fit against the firefighter’s body for free and agile movements.

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New ergonomic backpack

The new ergonomic and breathable harness distributes the different elements and weight in optimal fashion on the firefighter’s torso, allowing for free and flexible movement.

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More security and less volume

Complete re-design based on the safety of the new 1.5 kg VF Extrem Shelter, positioned on the back. The incorporation of the new VF Extrem Shelter reconfigures the backpack, reducing volume and placing weight at the user’s center of gravity.

 

Breathability

The basis for the design is breathability and ergonomics.

 

Self-adjustable belt

Self-adjustable belt with an Alice Clip system, with an option for multiple and different accessories.

The belt has a 1.5 liter hydration bladder, all while allowing for personal self-adjustment of the accessories or pockets.

 

Bladder

A 2.8 liter bladder with an upper opening for easy fill and cleaning.

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FDA-approved tank, PVC and BPA-free.

 

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Designed for use in the harshest of conditions     Vallfirest The Xtreme Pack is an all-new wildland backpack specially designed for use in the harshest of conditions, offering fire-fighters greater performance, comfort and flexibility in their extinguishing and wildland fire prevention work. The ergonomic design means light tools, chainsaws, food, water and a fire-retardant […]

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