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BetaX Wildland Fire Shirt
BetaX Wildland Fire Shirt
UL® Dual Certified to current NFPA 1977 & 1975 Specifications

Certified to Meet the Requirements of CAL/OSHA Regulation 3406 (c) (1)

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MSRP: $149.95

Availability: 5-6 weeks
Product Code: FC105


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Xvent is king in the BetaX Wildland Fire Shirt. Airflow vents in each bicep area of the arms and two lower chest region vents allow for maximum torso airflow. Torso airflow helps to cool the core, keeping you more alert and focused. Made mostly of 5.8oz Tecasafe Plus (Lightweight and Breathable) with 7oz Tecasafe Plus in the areas you want extra toughness. Top button neck closure along with Mil-Spec Velcro wrist straps allow you to batten down the hatches when needed. ¾ YKK Nomex front zip allows for breathability and easy on/off capabilities. Two slanted bicep pockets with segmented Velcro keeps contents secure while allowing easy access even with gloves.

Note: Machine wash, cold water only for multi-color shirts.
  • Airflow Vents in Each Bicep Area and Chest Area
  • 3/4 Front Zipper for breathability and easy on/off capabilities
  • Two slanted bicep pockets with segmented Velcro
  • 5.8oz Lightweight Fabric Provides Unmatched Comfort
  • Excellent Moisture Management
  • 7.0oz Material for Toughness
  • FR Properties Won't Wash or Wear Out
  • Top Button Neck Closure
  • Mil-Spec Velcro Wrist Straps
  • UL® Dual Certified to current NFPA 1977 & 1975 Specifications
  • Backed by our 100% Guarantee

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

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BetaX February 9, 2016
Reviewer: Lt. Filipiak  
The material is great. After an initial wash the shirt softened up greatly and feels exactly like how I hoped it would. My only gripe with this shirt is the cut of the material around the armpit area and neck. I was really hoping this shirt would fit the same as my combat tops I wear with my Marines, but instead it is very tight on the shoulders and the collar doesn't sit well. I went with the same size combat top I wear, but really I should have gotten a size up instead. If you are someone with larger traps and lat muscles then I really do advise getting a size up at least and just dealing with having a baggy waist instead. Either that or it would be amazing if they tappered their cut a little more to account for decent muscle tone. I will write more once I can convince my department to buy a size up for me and I can give a more proper review.

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The BetaX shirt looks great June 18, 2014
Reviewer: BM, Engine Captain from WA. USA  
Just giving you an update.  The BetaX shirt looks great.  I've had the chance to wear it a bit.  It's only been on one fire and I can't really call it a fire, but it has been used religiously over the last 4-5 days on a thinning project.   I did swap out twice with my old yellow, just so I could make a comparison and I gotta say the old yellow is now on back-up status only.   The material works great at keeping me cool and I'm only having to use the vents in the afternoon when I'm really working in this 88-90 degree heat.  Can't wait to get some good exposure with it on the fire.  I've got a couple of guys on my crew that are asking to borrow it next week.  Hopefully I'll get it back after they try it!

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Very Impressive... May 30, 2014
Reviewer: SSG A.J. Edgecomb from DOD Firefighter  
I'm so impressed!  When I got the box I thought maybe items were missing..... It's at least 10-15x lighter than what I was issued, that's an accurate statement!  It's thin and light!
I can tell you now that once my deputy chief sees this he’s going to want to order for the whole dept!

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