Rescue Gear Store
The best rescue gear for demanding teams and individuals. We carry what
works. A selection of evacuation, technical rescue, and climbing gear for
professionals. Ideal for SAR, Fire, EMS, Law Enforcement, and tactical
teams. We have partnered with SAR Camp
superior customer service and assistance.
| Evacuation Gear | Technical
Rescue | SAR Essentials Store
|Stokes Rescue Basket
|Junkin pioneered the development of the Splint
Stretcher which led to the outstanding Series 300 Stretchers, the most
efficient and practical products of their kind on the market. Made of
steel, all welded rigid construction which does not rely on the injured
person to attain form or rigidity. Light in weight and ample in size. The Stokes Basket
is available in six models (including
full and split stokes) with several supplemental accessories
special handling needs.
|Radio Chest Harness
|New adjustable top strap makes this Radio Chest Harness
radio sizes. Includes extra battery pouch, map pocket and pen holder. Our Radio Chest Harness
comes in either a nylon mesh back for cooler wear or a solid
foam back for a little padding between your chest and the radio. Radio Chest Harness
are 10in X 10in and have a side opening map pocket. One inch nylon
straps cross in the back for easy adjustment.
|This is a serious mountaineering helmet, suitable for
aggressive activities including SAR and rescue. Extremely comfortable, the
Petzel Ecrin adjusts to any head size by adjusting wheels on the side of
the shell. The chinstrap position can be moved forward or back to fit
different facial structures . Includes 2 headbands (thick foam or thin
foam for even better adjustment of your helmet). Fitted with clips to hold
headlamp. Making it
the perfect SAR helmet
even if you don't perform technical rescue.
|Its night, the subject has been found. The
dramatic carryout through brambles and rough terrain starts and your in
the middle of the excitement. There is simply no practical way to
carry the stokes and hold a flashlight. The only practical solution
to night time light is a headlamp. Petzel makes the best, in a wide
variety of choices. The
even fits nicely on a Petzel helmet. Imagine that.
|OK, we all learn how to tie a rescue harness out of webbing
and have hung uncomfortably to prove to our trainers we know how to use
it. NOW it is time to get serious, professional, and
COMFORTABLE. A real climbing harness is the only way to go.
Only drawback, sure makes it hard to go back to a tied webbing harness.
Several different harnesses to choose. For only
$28 a lightweight harness perfect for semi-technical work, glacier travel,
or alpine travel. For more serious climbing several padded harnesses
|Both semi-technical and technical rescue demand carabiners.
Locking D's are the standard for rescue applications.
Super functional belay carabiners, both versions of the Airlock2 work well with any belay hitch, Super 8 or
ATC. With a large internal volume, you'll have plenty of room for bulky
knots or stacks of runners at a belay. The Screwgate version weighs 75 g
(2.6 oz). Several different carabiners to choose from.
|Climbing Protection is one of many methods to secure anchors.
In rescue, the more anchors the better. Of course, if you don't know
what I'm talking about you better not be involved in rescue. Just
having stuff on your sling to look cool is not recommended.
The following Climbing Protection link will provide a source of camalots,
stoppers, hexes, and pitons.
|Super 8 Device
|Once you get up the rock, you need to get down.
devices are commonly used as a rappel device.
Made of 7075-T6 aluminum alloy, the Super 8
's flawless design makes for an incredibly strong, lightweight
belay/rappel device. A super smooth ride, the Super 8
is great for
handling any rope diameter. Weighs 87 g (3.1 oz).
|First of all, the Super-Slacker Rope Bag eliminates
the coiling process forever. And if that weren't enough, it also protects
your rope from dirt and debris and serves as a rope bucket on long climbs.
Sports a zipper closure and padded shoulder straps for easy and
comfortable transport to the next rescue. The ATC, the climbing
world's best belay device around: one that feeds rope smoothly and
easily, one that doesn't kink the rope while rappelling, one that holds
falls effectively and is both durable and lightweight. Chalk bags,
well they hold chalk.
Use the nut tool to loosen stubborn nut placements,
reach buried cam triggers or snag an out-of-reach piece of webbing, not
designed for the people we rescue. The Padded Gear Sling
adjusts to fit any stature, big and tall or bold and small. The Hammers
investment cast, eighteen-ounce stainless steel head will take lots of
abuse and still come back for more. The pick is drooped for pin leverage
and has a biner hole for copperhead and piton removal.Order Climbing Accessories
|Functional SAR orange gloves
. If you have ever helped carry a Stokes you know the need for
Ironclad gloves are like no other glove on the market. These
revolutionary gloves are task-specific and made with a keen eye directed
towards quality, dexterity, and durability. The orange gloves
are equipped with a spandex upper that takes heat and moisture away from
the hand and allows the glove to fit like a second-skin. The man-made
leather palm is reinforced in the excessive wear areas and is double
stitched for added durability. You can wear the glove the entire day
without ever having to take it off.
Traditional leather gloves
| Gaiter's are not simply a SAR fashion statement.
They help keep out ticks, chiggers, snow, swamp juice, and all sorts of
things that want to jump into your boots. This form-fitting gaiter combines simplicity with a wide range of
adjustability. Features include a sturdy Velcro-like closure system that
can be easily used while wearing gloves or mittens. Two-layer Gore-Tex®
uppers and Ballistics bottoms add breathability and durability. Fits a
wide range of mountaineering, hiking and non-buckle tele boots. Available
in S, M, L, XL. Weight: 251 g (8.9 oz) per pair. Gaiter's
|One hand carrying the stokes. The second out for
balance. Opps, didn't see that branch coming? Now you have a
scratched cornea and can't really help anyone. Safety glasses
are highly recommended during technical evacuations