Explore the high-level protective benefits of this technology application.
A liquid-proof technology engineered to provide penetration resistance to virus and bacteria found in blood and body fluids.
GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates are durably waterproof as well as resistant to chemicals commonly found at accident scenes.
Crucial for emergencies, GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates are highly breathable, enabling perspiration to escape, which helps responders manage heat stress better.
Lightweight and flexible, GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® garments allow wearers to move quickly and with agility to various rescue situations.
GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates are durable - resisting flexing and abrasions.
When combined with a flame-resistant shell material, garments with GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® moisture barriers are ideal for protecting first responders from exposure to flash fire.
The preferred choice for emergency medical services and first responders, lightweight garments with GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates provide optimal protection against viruses and bacteria in blood and body fluids as well as common chemicals found at accident scenes.
GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® fabric was engineered specifically to offer durable resistance to penetration from pathogens in blood and body fluids as well as common accident scene chemicals. It is also highly abrasion-resistant for physically demanding environments. Garments made with GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® fabric allow perspiration to escape, keeping the wearer cooler, more comfortable, and able to focus on their response.
Search & Rescue Workers
Garments with GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates protect first responders from pathogens found in blood and body fluids as well as NFPA common chemicals.
Emergency Medical Professionals
Protection from exposure to blood-borne and viral pathogens, garments with GORE-TEX CROSSTECH® laminates allow medical professionals to focus on the job.
Certified to OEKO-TEX® Standard 100, Class II
NFPA 1951: Standard on Protective Ensembles for Technical Rescue Incidents, NFPA 1999: Standard on Protective Ensembles for Emergency Medical Operations