Fireline Shields’ Gillis Firefighter

Leather Fire Helmet Fronts

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Product Information

We named the “Gillis Shield” after a firefighter who requested this special, different style helmet front. Since then, the Gillis has become a consistently-requested and popular shield.

The Gillis Shield is a 14-ounce completely hand-picked leather design. The Gillis shield fits most helmets except for one well known exception, the Phenix.

At Fireline Shields, we personally love this design! It’s different, innovative and sharp… Order yours today! 

Gallery

Gillis Shield Gallery

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Fire Helmet Fronts

We’re inspired by the richest traditions of the fire service. We’re very proud in our ability to specialize in standard Fireline leather fire helmet shields.  Here at F.L.S., shield-making is considered an art form… an extension and expression of a firefighter’s character. Every front we build is handmade using only the finest, hand-picked leather. Each member here at Fireline Shields takes great pride in their ability to produce a customer’s idea into a one of a kind work of art. We build all our shields and other quality leather products for the fire service at our location in Cornelius, North Carolina, just north of Charlotte.

Standard-Logos

Standard Logos

Single Trumpet Two Trumpets Two Trumpets Crossed Three Trumpets Four Trumpets Five Trumpets
Single Trumpet In Oval Two Trumpets In Oval Two Trumpets Crossed In Oval Three Trumpets In Oval Four Trumpets In Oval Five Trumpets In Oval
FF Scramble With Oval FF Scramble
FF Scramble

 

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Shield Details

Final Details

Helmet Shields take roughly 8-10 weeks to produce and ship depending on work load. We offer a "rush" fee of $25 for 1/2 time turnaround. Check yes if we need to rush!
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