LOOKING FOR A TURNOUT GEAR THAT CHECKS ALL BOXES?

Only VIKING fit to purpose turnout gears combine best-in-class quality with all the features that firefighters love.

When the heat is on, you’ll benefit from our attention to detail and an in-depth knowledge of fabrics so our designers can hit the right balance of safety and ease of movement you need to face the toughest challenges.

Choose from a wide range of accessories, layer combinations and features for just the right level of protection.

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Viking Fire USA

VIKING turnout gear is chosen by firefighters in the US and worldwide due to its superior balance between protection, durability and freedom of movement.
VIKING turnout gear is chosen by professional firefighters in the US and across the globe because of its superior balance between protection, durability and freedom of movement.
The look, feel and even the craftsmanship of the stitching is distinct. For us, it’s all about the details that ensure our gear continues to protect the world’s best firefighters.
VIKING offers a broad range of NFPA approved apparel including the military-inspired and extremely flexible MACS fire suits. 

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