• Military + Government

    Tough jobs deserve the toughest FR clothing. For durability. For victory. For life.


  • Utilities

    DRIFIRE delivers high performance FR clothing. For comfort. For protection. For life.


  • Oil + Gas

    FR clothing that performs like athletic wear. For comfort. For focus. For life.


  • Racing

    FR clothing that’s proven on the track. For performance. For durability. For life.


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DRIFIRE is high performance FR

Born on the battlefield, proven on the track and trusted by the most high-risk industries, DRIFIRE high performance FR offers protection where and when it matters most.

Our full line of inherent flame resistant clothing is made tough to endure even the most hazardous conditions. Yet, it’s lightweight and comfortable to help you stay focused on the job at hand.

The DRIFIRE difference

  • Inherent FR in all products that won’t wear out or wash out
  • Self-extinguishing fabrics that won’t drip or melt when exposed to flames
  • Patented fabric blend offers the most advanced flame resistance on the planet
  • Wicking technology, used by the top athletic brands, keeps moisture away from the skin to keep you 4x cooler

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Latest News + Press

  • Optimer Brands Appoints New Vice President of Merchandising

    CHICAGO, Ill.— Optimer Brands, the Company behind the DRIFIRE® brand of high performance flame resistant fabrics and work wear, and drirelease®, the patented fabric technology that enables brands to create performance apparel, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Weiss to vice president of merchandising.

    Weiss brings demonstrated success from large brands like Levi Strauss & Co., JC Penney, and GAP, Inc. His proven track record for results-oriented merchandising focuses on strategy, assortment architecture and product.   As vice president of merchandising, Weiss will be responsible for creating the overall merchandising strategy and overseeing implementation.

  • The cool chemistry of flame-resistant clothing

    CHICAGO, IL -- (Crain's Chicago Business - October 23, 2014) - In 2007, two Marines were killed in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb exploded, melting their polyester undergarments onto their skin. After the deaths, a Chicago company, Drifire LLC, got to work to develop clothing that would protect others from burns like those.

     The next year, Drifire's textile technologist, Rob Hines, came up with an acrylic fabric that doesn't melt. It also self-extinguishes.

     Now he and his colleagues are making protective clothing more comfortable by using an ultra-lightweight, flame-resistant fabric they've branded Drifire 4.4. The name refers to its weight—4.4 ounces per square yard. That's about the same as cotton or Tencel but only a third as much as denim. Another plus: The new material dries faster than other flame-resistant fabrics, says Mr. Hines, 47, Drifire's vice president of product development.

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  • I'm in rubber gloves and sleeves almost every day in 90+ degree weather, in a regular cotton FR shirt I'll be wet and smelly all day long. Not in this FR midweight long sleeve tee, because my arms dry out in minutes…

    Brant D., Casper, WY
  • Having just come back from the Middle East I can say with great confidence and absolute certainty – my personal gear will always contain DRIFIRE products!

    Erik M., USASOC
  • The DRIFIRE boxer briefs are without a doubt the most comfortable underwear that I own…they don't hold moisture during long flights like others.

    Jordan K., Lt. US Navy
  • We found that DRIFIRE gives our safety crews and pit technicians the optimal balance between flame resistant protection and athletic performance so they can stay comfortable to focus on the tasks at hand.

    Mike Yates, INDYCAR Track Safety Operations Manager

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