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Radio Chest Harness Offers Secure, Comfortable Organization On The Go

GOLETA, CA—Designed by rescuers for rescuers, CMC Rescue’s new DualCom™ radio harness features an intuitive design that comes from years of in-the-field experience as well as customer feedback. Unparalleled in design and workmanship, the DualCom’s every detail—from pocket placement to redesigned radio holsters for quicker access—has been considered.

The ergonomically designed DualCom provides all-day comfort. Made of tough, durable Cordura® nylon, this lightweight harness offers quick, organized access to personal communication equipment rescue responders need on the job. 

The harness’s open-air 3-D mesh back and breathable internal mesh on the inside face, bottom, and side of main compartment deliver maximum airflow for exceptional breathability and long-lasting comfort. Two individually sized and adjustable pockets accommodate a wide range of radios from compact to larger, including the Bendix King. Alternatively, the second radio pocket can be used for a GPS unit or other device. 

This intelligent harness keeps a variety of communication devices and field necessities at hand and includes a side-zip pocket to accommodate cellphones up to 6.5 x 3 inches. A second side-zip pocket along with internal pockets with can be used to store writing tools, penknives, compass or other instruments. The large 8” x 9” main compartment can hold a map, notebook or iPad Mini. Other features include an antenna keeper on the left shoulder strap and an internal niche pocket for flagging tape, which feeds through an external grommet for convenient access. A front attachment loop holds QuiqLite products. 

For more information, visit www.cmcrescue.com.