Upcycled Fire Hose from Oxgut Hose Company2020-02-28T00:40:35+00:00

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Upcycled Fire Hose Collection

Products made from genuine retired fire hose salvaged from US fire departments.
Each piece is hand-crafted in the U.S. honoring the inherent history in each rare find.

Weekender upcycled fire hose tote bag

Our Second Service approach.

What drives us is threefold: keep this amazing material out of landfill; incorporate it into authentic product design; and give back to our community…

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Just as much as we love finding new life for fire hose, we love honoring its original purpose: saving lives. That’s why we give a portion of every sale to helping the kids at the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation.

With all this material has been through, design can’t be anything but brave.

In everything we make, you’ll find a great story that lives on. And you’ll feel the hand that made it.

Oxgut Fires up w/Studio Bergtraun for AIA Home Tour

Congratulations, Studio Bergtraun! Our lil' Ox has been rubbing elbows with some pretty talented peeps recently. A warm "Congratulations!" to Studio Bergtraun! The AIA (American Institute of Architects) has chosen to feature one of their Mid-Century Modern projects in the Berkeley Hills Home Tour on August 8th. Thank you, Studio B for including our O-type and Bronson Chairs in the gorgeous treatment you've brought to this 1957 home. We're honored to be a part of it. [...]

About Oxgut Hose Co.®

While the name Oxgut honors the very first fire hose of Ancient Greece, our designs are circa now. Each piece features genuine fire hose salvaged from U.S. Fire Departments. Serving home, work and life.

Based in Vallejo, CA, we pick the most interesting decommissioned fire hose to put into the hands of local designers and artisans, who help give the hose a whole new purpose. They’re always coming up with new ways to integrate this amazing, resilient material into beautiful, handmade pieces. So keep an eye out for the latest in our collection.

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Proud to support the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF), a California-based nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing burns and fires and providing services to those who have been affected by a burn injury.

AARBF brings together health care providers, firefighters, emergency workers, burn care professionals, burn survivors, and our community to enhance the quality of life for burn survivors and to make burn injuries a thing of the past.

Read more about their mission here