Fire Staff Materials

Read up on the materials we use across our full range of fire props!

Made by Spinners for Spinners

We're fire spinners too and know what a great staff feels like. We've been making fire staffs for over 20 years and have been continually improving our design to bring you the highest quality fire twirling equipment on the market.


Burns well over 100 times! Fire resistant Kevlar wicks withstand 100's of burns, offering super long-lasting flames. The Kevlar absorbs the fuel, then once lit the fuel is burnt, leaving the Kevlar intact.


Gripped with EPDM for a grippy and comfortable feel.

EPDM is a type of synthetic rubber known for its durability against environmental wear and tear. This grip is tacky and padded with all the hard-wearing benefits.
EPDM stays grippy even even when wet which may make it better suited for play in humid climates. It is also user-replaceable at home with our EPDM Grip available per meter.

It has a cushioned feel with a 2mm thickness, perfect for softening catches, this makes it great for beginners and experienced spinners alike.


Gripped with Silicone for a long-lasting grippy feel.

Silicone is an environmentally sound, clean product. It's washable and very durable. It's the longest lasting grip and provides excellent grip when dry. It is also fully washable so you can keep your props looking and feeling good as new. It is the grippiest of all the grips when dry but it does suffer when wet. Occasional wipe downs during your practise might be needed to keep it dry.

Strong Aluminium Tubing

Made from extruded 7075 Aluminium tube. It's the perfect balance between weight and strength, which means you'll enjoy this staff for years.

Lightweight Carbon Fibre

Carbon Fibre is super strong and super light which is what makes it such a good material for props like contact staffs where you want all the weight to be at the ends rather than through the body.

Perfectly Weighted

Our design ensures that there's more weight on the ends, which is where you want it, to help the staff build momentum as you spin. A balanced weight; Not too heavy, not too light.