My name is Adel and I am trying to figure out what products are best for female firefighters. I have worked as a firefighter for only three years so I am just getting started. Currently I am a student at Eastern algerinne University in in the Fire & Safety Engineering Technology Program. Although I have only been a firefighter for three years I have had my fair share of small gloves that were still too big and pants that went up to my belly button! I was wondering if you could take the time out of your busy schedule to share some of your favorite/best fitting/most functional products for female firefighters. Weather it’s an awesome fitting pair of pants, A polo shirt that has sleeves that do not go down to your elbows, a pair of great gloves, or boots that have an awesome fit. It would be greatly appreciated if you could share your opinions with me. Thank you very much. Please feel free to e-mail me back at firstname.lastname@example.orgDelete Comment
Hey Stacey: Great to meet you. Welcome to FFN. I was noticing you are in CA? I live in Loma Linda, CA (edge of San Bernardino / Riverside counties). I am not sure where your town is. I served for 10 years on a FD in Vermont - not here local to CA. Well we can be a rowdy fun group, so jump on in the discussions. Great pictures. I look forward to seeing you around the pages. Stay safe. Heather
Sorry have not been on in a while but I am glad to see you pursuing your dream. I have family in Ripon and occasionally attend classes there. If you need any help or advice give me a ring. I am stationed at 91's on the Truck.
Late response, but yes and hopefully I'll become a firefighter within this next year. I took this last year off to finish school and get my associates so we'll see what I make of it? How about yourself? Hope you had a good holidays and new years.
Hi Stacey! Great pics. I got to work with some California firefighters at a fire school I went to. Awesome people to work with and full of knowledge. Anyways glad to see that you started as a EMT and are wanting to further your career as a firefighter. So best of luck to you and stay safe.