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Firefighter Turnout Bags on CBS's "The Zevely Zone" 

 

Firefighter Turnout Bags on "Shark Tank"

 

Firefighter Turnout Bags on Consumer Bob 

 

Firefighter Turnout Bags in the San Diego Union Tribune 

Vista designer turns fire gear into fashion

 

 

Firefighter Turnout Bags on Fox News:

Made in San Diego: Firefighter Bags

 

SINCE 2008
From my garage to a warehouse to shipping worldwide 

My name is Niki Rasor and in March of 2008 my firefighter husband asked me to remove a large pocket from his turnout coat.

 

I did so and then remembered he had some old suspenders laying around as well. I became totally inspired and started getting crafty. I attached the pocket to the suspenders and then stitched on a back side and voila! I had a cool little bag. That is how Firefighter Turnout Bags was born. Little did I know back then I had created an industry! Since then, I have designed over 100 styles, mastered a line of really great high quality bags and created some amazing relationships with women and men worldwide. I have gone from my garage, to a warehouse to shipping Firefighter Turnout Bags all over the world and even inspired knock off companies (pretty cool!)

I live in Southern California with my husband and four children all under the age of 10! In my spare time, I love to surf and take things apart and turn them into something new.


It feels so great to take these old turnouts and recycle them into amazing bags. I love knowing that I am doing something beneficial for the environment and the economy, while showing respect for the gear that enables our firefighters to do the awesome work that they do. 

I am so incredibly grateful that I can contribute to the Fire community.


Much Love & Respect,
Niki Rasor