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Nomex Fire Pro Pant

Our Nomex Firepro Pants are “product of choice” by fire fighters because of their ultra light weight construction, heat wicking capabilities and wildland fire ratings.

Regular price
$434.00 CAD
Regular price
Sale price
$434.00 CAD
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How long will delivery take?

All orders are shipped via Canada Post. Usually, the preparation and shipping of your order take 7 to 10 working days, while delivery within Canada typically arrive within 3-5 business days. USA orders take on average to 5-10 days. All orders receive tracking numbers once shipped. 

How much is shipping?

We are proud to offer free shipping for all orders within Canada & the United States.

I need a different size than offered.

No problem! We hand sew all of our gear one piece at a time. Custom alterations are $60.00.

Where do you manufacture your gear?

Rain Gear Pro is proudly Canadian. Our office is based in Vancouver Canada, while all of our gear is hand sewn in Salmon Arm B.C.

A 3600 TCS WCB certified pant, the FirePro pants are designed with non stretch DuPont Nomex material and an extra length inseam for ground heat protection.

A technically designed nylon reinforced crotch assembly prevents fallers crotch blow, a serious PPE defect when working the fire line.

The Canswe NOMEX FIREPRO 3600 TCS meets all Government of Canada Wildland firefighting standards. The product of choice for BC Government ministry works because of its light weight and comfort when facing extreme fire conditions, it is made with Nomex IIIA fabric.


The product is a “special order custom product” meaning it is non-returnable, and comes with back pockets and belt loops as well as a 34” inseam verses the standard 30” inseam for added ground heat and fire protection, with an option to increase up to a 38” inseam if requested.


The Nomex material is made by DuPont, as is the Kevlar protection, and has zero stretch by design. The cut of the NOMEX FIREPRO is the exact same as the P001 POLYPRO but because there is zero stretch it is advisable to “size up” to the next waist size. Suspenders are imperative to avoid crotch blow outs.


Although a 4100 TCS model is available on special request, Wildland firefighting Crews prefer not to jump to this level of protection because the added weight and heat retention of the 4100 pad is significant.