INTRODUCING OUR SPECIAL EDITION RADIO STRAP DESIGN!
Our radio strap and anti sway strap feature an ORIGINAL design of red stitching along the entire length of the straps. This red stitching represents the "thin red line of courage", honoring the courage and commitment of all firefighters.
Our 3 piece custom made Full Pocket Radio Holder and Strap Set includes:
The Motorola/Universal Full Pocket OR Open Window Leather Radio Holder, Radio Strap, and Anti Sway Strap.
All of our leather products are HANDCRAFTED of fine quality leather. Our leather products are NOT mass produced, unlike other well known leather product brands.
Our Full Pocket and Open Window Motorola/Universal Radio Holders have a strap that secures the radio at the top to keep it from shifting upward during vigorous motion. Metal D-rings are secured to the holder for attachment to any radio strap.
Our full pocket radio holder is designed to fit the following radios:
Motorola XTS 1500, 2500, 5000
EF Johnson/Ascend 5100
Maxcom P5100, P7100
And many more
Our custom cut radio straps are 1.25" wide and have TWO mic loops to hold your microphone and other accessories an adjustable belt for a comfortable custom fit.
lengths to choose from: SHORT length fits firefighters under 5'8" tall and adjusts from 47 to 54 inches in length. Our standard length fits most firefighters up to 6'1" tall. The strap adjusts from 51 1/2" to 62 1/2" in length. The XL length radio strap fits firefighters from 6'1" - 6'6" tall and adjusts from 62-69 inches. This length is ideal for a "big and tall" sized person. Our XXL length strap is for persons over 6'6" tall and adjusts from 67-75 inches. Made from full grain leather - the strongest and most durable grade available.
You can have your strap personalized along the back (up to 8 letters/numbers) for an additional $7.00!
The anti sway strap has heavy duty swivel snaps that are rivet mounted to both ends. The strap will keep your radio case from swaying at the hip. By simply attaching one end of the Anti-Sway Radio Stabilizer Strap to your radio case and the other end to your uniform pants or bunker pants belt loop, you will keep your radio close and secure on your hip.