EXTREMELY LOUD - 115 dB horn can be heard up to ½ mile (805 m) away
REDUCES RISK OF BEAR ATTACK - great bear spray accessory is a louder alternative to bear bells; periodic blasts alert bears you’re in the area, reducing your chance of startling an animal into aggressive behavior
MAXIMIZES SAFETY - signals for help during a bear encounter or other emergency
EASY TO STORE - compact horn; 2.8 x 1.4 x 5.1 inches (71.1 x 35.5 x 129.5mm)
USER-FRIENDLY - simply press the button to sound
Table - FRONTIERSMAN Bear Spray
Frontiersman Bear Spray: When only the best will do!
Frontiersman Bear Spray
EPA Maximum Strength - 2.0% Major Capsaicinoids
Glow-in-the-Dark Safety - Find Canister at Night
Safety Tie Attachment - Prevents Losing Safety
Immediate Access Holsters - No Straps Slowing Access to Your Spray
30-Foot Range (7.9 oz Canister)
Industry-Topping 35-Foot Range (9.2 oz Canister) - Safest Distance
Industry Maximum 1.84 oz of Spray Deployed per Second
Quality Control via ISO 9001:2008 Certification
Exclusive HPLC Guarantee Provides Heat Consistency in Every Can
Find Your Ideal Bear Spray Holster
Learn what user-friendly carrying holsters are available from Frontiersman, courtesy of Backpacker Magazine's Contributing Editor Ryan Van Duzer.
Whether you prefer to explore bear country on two wheels or on two feet, Frontiersman has the bear spray holster for you.
EPA, Health Canada & SABRE Certifications
EPA, Health Canada & SABRE Certifications.
Did you know that SABRE's manufacturing facility is both Health Canada and EPA certified? Or that SABRE has third-party ISO Certification? That means we're making high-quality products that are as safe and humane as they are effective. Learn more about our commitment to quality.
A Customer's Frontiersman Success Story
"I am sure the 'hiss' of the spray escaping the canister startled her to a point, however, the spray was upon her in an instant. She reacted immediately [...]. She ran away basically the same direction she had approached, at approximately 45 degrees away shaking her head."
Ryan Van Duzer, Contributing Editor for Backpacker Magazine covers a recommended bear safety plan for exploring Mother Nature
From food odor to bear spray to noise-making, this video covers a strategic plan for reducing your risk of bear conflict.
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