Welcome to Bucket Brigade USA

We are firefighter and veteran owned and operated. We make and sell leather fire buckets, leather helmet fronts, leather notebooks, and firefighter gear made from real bunker gear fabrics. These unique products are made to last a lifetime. All products are made in the USA.

Order now for delivery in August (before 9/11)

This leather helmet front features the Statue of Liberty and the Twin Towers, a stunning view of the New York skyline before Sept. 11, 2001. Made from genuine tooling leather, hand-tooled, and hand-painted. Lettering is embossed - no vinyl or peel-and-stick decals.

Pre-Order Leather Notebooks Now

We finally found an oil-tanned leather that meets our standards for Leather Notebook Covers, and we're taking pre-orders now!

Estimated shipping date is August 16, 2024. Leather Notebooks with custom logos will ship around September 13, 2024.

Leather Fire Buckets

Our leather fire buckets are a tribute to the tradition of the firefighter. These reproductions are a blend of tradition, vintage, and modern. Fire buckets make memorable gifts for retirements, service awards, special achievements, memorials, weddings, and anniversaries. They are also great for fundraising as auctions pieces, raffle prizes, and door prizes.The leather fire buckets on this page are our most popular styles. If you wish to design your own custom fire bucket, please email us at info@bucketbrigadeusa.com with your design ideas.

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  • Why do we use new bunker gear fabric?

    There is quite a bit of information about the cancer-causing chemicals that firefighters are exposed to during a fire. These chemicals can become embedded into the fabrics and are difficult, if not impossible, to remove. So why take the additional risk? Your job is risky enough.

  • We are firefighter owned and managed

    Our founder is a retired career firefighter from Central Texas. In 2009, he started The Fire Center, a NFPA 1851 verified repair facility. Shortly after that, he started making bags with the fabric used to repair bunker gear. These items first launched at the 2010 TEEX Municipal Fire School in College Station TX. In 2015 he sold The Fire Center and directed his attention on creating these firefighter products.