M2 Response™ Coat

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Ricochet has examined all critical areas (hem rise, sleeve migration, bulky collars, restrictiveness within the crotch and knees) that have plagued firefighters for years in turnout gear designs. We have developed, with input from many firefighters, cutting edge technology with ergonomic engineering that works with the dynamics of the body, providing maximum mobility with a greater range of motion than any other turnouts on the market.

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Manufacturer: Ricochet-Gear
  • Patterns are engineered to reduce heat stress, hobbling and fatigue
  • Designed to provide fit, comfort, and mobility throughout all three layers of your turn out gear
  • Bi-swing Back with anatomical patterning provides unrestricted arm reach
  • Durable self-material reinforced cuffs and elbows last longer
  • Zipper Closure (23”) with hook and loop on storm flap
  • TwoKevlar® reinforced bellows pockets
  • Breathable moisture barrier at storm flap
  • Angled mic tab and d-ring on the front flap
  • Survivor-style flashlight holder, right chest
  • Radio pocket, lined with water-resistant material, mic tab with d-ring on left chest
  • Self-material reinforced cuffs
  • Nomex® 8” wristers with thumb hole
  • Liner reinforcement at shoulder, elbow, and knees offers increased thermal protection.
  • DRD is ready to deploy at any time and standard on every set of turnout gear
  • Reflective Trim, NYC 3” trim pattern
  • Segmented trim for greater flexibility and reduced potential for steam burns
  • Choice of reflective trim style (segmented or standard) and color (lime yellow/silver or red orange/silver)

Customization Options

  • Front closure standard
    – or hook & dee in, hook & loop out (Chicago)
    – or zipper in, hook & dee out
  • Handwarmer pocket with or without Nomex fleece lining
  • American flag on either shoulder
  • Lettering and name badge

Care and Use

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.