Slishman Rescue Harness

In 2008 Dr. Sam found himself carrying an intrepid Danish woman with a broken ankle on a rocky trail in Greenland. The fireman carry was out of the question, as were stretchers and wheelchairs. It led to a year of sewing and prototyping and a couple simple products.

The Slishman Rescue Harness weighs 485 grams and is essentially the Rescue Pack… minus the pack. It is a strap system which enables one person to carry another. While the harness and pack were built for search and rescuers, soldiers, hikers, hunters and expedition leaders, it seems to be most popular for carrying kids, the elderly and people with disabilities for short transports… even just to get across parking lots onto a beach.

Other Uses of the Slishman Rescue Pack

Slishman Rescue Pack
Slishman Rescue Pack With Harness
Vomit (Pediatric)
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