Our custom leather reflective radio straps are made to stand up to the extreme conditions that firefighters and EMTs deal with everyday. Our radio straps are 1.5 inches wide and made with 10-12 oz. english bridle leather. We use heavy duty hardware and copper rivets to ensure your strap will handle anything you can throw at it. Reflective material is 1" wide 3M Fire Resistant strip that is sewn onto the strap. All of our custom products are handmade to order. If you would like a leather color, stitching color, paint color that is not listed in the options, reach out to us and we will make it happen. We also offer custom image stamps so if you are looking to have your departments logo or a general image that is not listed as an option, send us an email with your request.
Things to Know:
- We paint all image stamps with a standard paint theme. If you would like them painted a specific way, please mention it in the notes section.
- If double stitch is chosen, keep in mind it may run thru the image stamps
HOW TO MEASURE
Measuring your current strap:
Lay your strap out flat on a bench or the floor. Measure it from one end to the other INCLUDING the scissor snaps on the ends.
If you do not have a strap:
You will need a piece of rope or webbing (to simulate a radio strap) and a tape measure for this next part. Take your rope or webbing and drape it over your shoulder. Bring one end of the rope/webbing and the long side of the rope/webbing together at your hip (opposite side of your shoulder). Pinch it where you would like the top of the radio holster to sit. While holding the rope/webbing, remove it and lay it flat out on a bench or floor. Using a tape measure, measure it from the end, to the pinched spot. That will be your measurement.
If it is a gift and you are not able to take a measurement:
Include the recipients approximate height and build (or weight) and we will make the strap accordingly. If by chance you receive the strap and it is a few inches too small or too big, email us and we will fix it at no additional charge.