Turnout Gear

Designed with mobility in mind.

Not All Turnout Gear is Created Equal ​

Comfort, design, and safety are our top priorities. Lakeland turnout gear is engineered with an athletic cut and is strategically designed to offer superior fit and functionality.
Sean Sullivan by Fire Truck

Turnout Gear Features

Set-in sleeve
with weight distribution

Velcro closures for easy removal of liner for cleaning

Vendor reliability for fulfillment and lead time

Which type of turnout gear is right for your crew?

Stealth Turnout Gear
B2 Series Turnout Gear Product Line Photo Shot with Coat, Front and Back and Pants
B1 Series Turnout Gear by Lakeland Industries
A10 Attack Turnout Gear Product Shot by Lakeland Industries
Reflective Material for enhanced visibility
Zipper/Velcro® Closure
Ergonomic Pleated Back/Shoulders
Easy Grip™ DRD
Internal Outer Shell Draw Cord to reduce bulk
Napoleon Pocket under Storm Flap
Low Profile 3” Collar with Hanger Loop
Set-In Pleated Ergonomically Curved Sleeves
7” Black Kevlar® Thumbhole Wristers
5” Deep Black Stedprene Sleeve Wells
Black Stedshield Coat Cuff Reinforcements
Radio Pocket with Antenna Opening
Self Mic Strap above Radio Pocket
Universal Flashlight Holder
Coat Expansion Pockets
Liner Inspection Velcro® Opening
LazerMax Trim Standard
Length Coat
29″ Front, 35″ Back
3 Snap Tabs at the hem
Lakeland Fortify Particulate Blocking System

Turnout Gear FAQs

Turnout gear, also referred to as “turnouts” or “bunker gear”, is a type of protective clothing worn by firefighters when responding calls.

Tested to NFPA 1971, turnout gear is primarily designed for structural firefighting.

For more information on turnout gear and structural firefighting, visit our knowledgebase.

Unfortunately, this isn’t possible. The NFPA standards state that all three layers are required, which means we cannot sell the outer shell or liner individually.

Yes. Each year, all combinations of our turnouts are tested to make sure they are still in compliance with the current standard.

If a combination does not pass the 2018 edition of the NFPA 1971 standard, we will no longer sell that combination.

We do not have a set “standard” inseam.

Our most common inseam is 30″, but it all depends on the measurement. Inseams are done in 2” increments only ⁠— no odd sizing.

The temperature your turnout gear can withstand depends on the materials used in its construction.

Turnout gear is certified to NFPA 1971, which standardizes performance requirements for total heat loss (THL) and thermal protective performance (TPP).

These factors greatly impact the amount of heat turnout gear can withstand.

Turnout gear selection, care, and maintenance is covered under NFPA 1851.

Washing your turnout gear is something that should be done by a professional, such as an Independent Service Provider or Verified Cleaner.

For more information on turnout gear cleaning, check out this article.

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Jared Johnson carrying hose in firefighter challenge
“I chose Lakeland not only because their gear spec is one of the most custom, athletic fit, and mobile options on the market today, but because the standard they set internally to ensure firefighters have the best and safest gear options available is at their highest level of concern.”

Jared Johnson, 3rd Generation Firefighter
Team ATX | the Austin Fire Department

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