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Tecasafe Double Duty™ Fireline™ Pants

PGI’s Double-Duty™ pants are dual classified to NFPA 1975 and 1977 Standards by Underwriters Laboratories for use as both station wear and wildland firefighting PPE. Now you can get the best of both worlds – a good looking and comfortable station wear pant which is great for working around the station or being worn in pubic yet rugged and protective enough to be worn on the fireline. PGI’s signature relaxed fit and functional design is sure to make the Double-Duty™ BDU pant a station wear favorite.


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The range and sophistication of PGI protective garments is unsurpassed. From high-tech protective gear to industry-leading flame resistant fabrics, our garments reach their full potential with PGI's detailed performance design and manufacturing capabilities.

  • Signature relaxed fit for maximum mobility and comfort
  • Rear of waistband is elasticized for maximum freedom of movement and comfort
  • Oversized double needle top stitched bellowed cargo pockets on thighs expand to give you plenty of storage capacity and secure with hook and loop closures
  • Contoured front slash pockets have extra deep bags
  • Two large rear double needle top stitched patch pockets with hook and loop flap closures
  • Corrosion-resistant brass snap at waist
  • Double reinforced crotch panel extends wear life
  • Adjustable hook and loop ankle straps backed with self-fabric
  • Leg outseams are sewn with five-thread safety stitch, then top stitched with a double-needle lockstitch
  • All points of stress are bartacked
  • Meets or exceeds NFPA 1977 Standard on Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting (Current Edition)
  • Compliant with NFPA 70E (Current Edition) – Meeting the performance specifications of ASTM – F-1506 for wearing apparel used by electrical workers exposed to arc and related thermal exposures
  • Meets CAL-OSHA Requirements – Passes Fed. Test 191, Method 5903.2; CAL-OSHA Sections 3406(d)
  • Complies with OSHA Rule 29 CFR Part 1910, 269