Thank you for your feedback. The length of the MLRS, 7 feet, has been settled on as the best length to cover a variety of rescue scenarios. Any shorter, and it would be difficult to fit it around a larger firefighter in full gear. Any longer, and we've found it would be unwieldy for smaller civilian casualties in standard clothing. It is for that reason that we set the length to 7 feet.
As much as I would like to give a product review I really can't. I was sent a link with what exactly to buy. My son growing up running around with that little red plastic fire helmet has finally landed his dream job as a paid fireman so he needed to add some pieces of gear to his collection. I am grateful for businesses like this that keep our men and women safe with quality products.
Outstanding tool and design. Down and dirty strap with unlimited uses, even for us nonrope firefighters. Had one for over a year now, bought two more this year for the guys on my company.
This strap is small and versatile and really great every day carry for my gear. I have one in my turn out gear, one in my water rescue gear, and one at work in my gear.
The simple concept provides seemingly unlimited use. I now keep one in all of my bunker sets. One with my water gear. One in my vehicle. and one in my yard work kit. I've found this thing is perfect for moving 10ft long tree trunks.
I find this to be a well thought out tool and so far it holds up to the intended, and not intended uses.
This is a great versatile piece to my turnout gear. A thousand uses and the bag attacked to my harness makes it always ready for deployment .
The Multi-Loop Strap is awesome. I’m glad I took the time to research it and invest in one. It is a great tool to have on my person and gives me so many more faster options then a simple piece of webbing in a loop. For firefighters, this is something you should seriously consider investing in…. Not only for yourself but for the other firefighters you respond with. You’ll never know when you’ll need to rescue a civilian or godforbid another firefighter but this tool gives you fast options to do so.
Great versatile product with various applications for down and dirty drags and carries.
Kinda skeptical on the size/weight but it’s extremely lighter and compact than expected. Awesome product. Will be buying a couple more for my crew.
The straps are great. Very durable. Wish the caribeaner was higher quality but either way I'm very happy with my purchase
I’m actually using the rescue strap as a physical therapy strap for leg stretches. It is perfect for the task and perfectly comfortable also.
I use this on out swat team as a tactical medic, and also on the fire side of things as well. I have only used it in training, but it’s a solid product and I’m sure it will last.
I've bought a few of these over the last couple of years. At first it was an experiment just to see how useful it actually would be. little did I know this would become my favorite piece of kit.
I keep one on my gear and I use it every shift. Shoulder strap for large attack lines, quick reach step to help me get over fences, strapping screen doors open, tie back strap from rolled cars, anchor for tie offs, lift assist, Rapid Intervention, dog leash, the uses are endless.
We had a car go over the embankment into the river and it was sinking. We used one of my MLRS's to anchor our rope system, and we then used the other to make a quick harness for our victim.
The Multi Loop Rescue Strap is a piece of equipment I'm proud to carry and use everyday. I believe this thing is worth it's weight in gold. The lightweight easy to use design make it easy to use even in zero visibility environments.
I personally bought some of these for my volunteer departments RIT Air Bag, RIT Rope Bag, Tech Rescue Rope Bags, and water rescue haul systems. We do red for RIT, and yellow for technical rescue.
If I had the money I would buy one for each of my members and make it a standard issue for them. If you are debating buying one just buy it you'll be amazed by its uses. This is no doubt the most important part of my kit that I carry.
Excellent bag overall; very functional and perfect for whatever you need. The velcro is pretty robust; might be better with a slightly thinner strip or a tab of some sort to help grab it to open it.