Fully Involved Leatherworks Handmade Leather X-Back Firefighting Suspenders are made with strong and durable leather that still has a supple feel. Our products are made to last, and will ride with you through many years, if not your entire firefighter career.
PLEASE MEASURE YOURSELF BEFORE ORDERING. OUR SIZES DIFFER FROM ANY OTHER COMPANY. REPAIRS CAN NOT BE MADE.
If ordering as a gift here are some recommendations for size, however, not always 100% correct.
How to Measure- Take a piece of webbing, rope, and cross over your shoulder as suspenders would from the rear to front going to opposite sides. Take a tape measure record the total length in inches and choose your suspender size according to the standard lengths. Be sure to stand straight when measuring for best fit. You can also measure your current set of suspenders just ensure that you go to opposite sides (ex:rear right side to front left side at the attachment points)
AVERAGE LEAD TIME ON ALL CUSTOM MADE PRODUCTS IS 4-7 WEEKS. LEAD TIMES ARE ESTIMATED AND NOT GUARANTEED. WE DO NOT FORECAST SHIP DATES SINCE EACH PRODUCT IS CUSTOM. ONCE YOUR PRODUCT IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED BY EMAIL.ONCE YOUR PRODUCT HAS SHIPPED, YOU WILL RECEIVE THE TRACKING INFORMATION.
While we try our best to fulfill each order within the 4-7 week window sometimes back ordered materials can hold us up. Lead times are not guaranteed, except orders placed before the Christmas Deadline posted before the Holiday Season.
Post Fire Decontamination Recommendations All of our leather products are sealed to prevent the absorption of large contaminants and particulates. If your equipment enters the IDLH we recommend washing off the large particulates with copious amounts of water and a soft bristle brush. For a more in depth decontamination use a mild detergent (Joy, Dawn, or car soap) along with water and a soft bristle brush. Once clean let air dry out of direct sunlight. Our equipment should not be placed in an extractor or dryer. These recommendations are based off of UL Contamination of firefighter personal protective equipment and skin and the effectiveness of decontamination procedures. The study may be found at https://ulfirefightersafety.org/docs/FentEtAl_JOEH2017.pdf