BRAND NEW IIIA/LEVEL II STAB PROOF VESTS!
IN STOCK READY TO SHIP!
One of the most versatile vests we offer in our protective products.
* Stab Protection LEVEL II = against sharp items such as a buck knife or sharpened metal weapons.
* USA NIJ Level IIIA- See ballistic coverage info here
* Adjustable side closure design
* Six point adjustable poly-cotton machine washable carrier.
* Front to back wrap around ballistic protection
* Jet Black
* Average weight for a Large ( 7.0 lbs ) Vest Approximate thickness 1/4 inch per panel.
* "Unisex" style
* Standard sizes are small, medium, large and X-large| MADE TO ORDER XX-Large,XXX-Large.
* Removable ballistic panels sealed in a water proof PVC bag
* Washable outer covers
* Offered with Kevlar® aramid fiber for bulletproof protection
* Comes with Tails to tuck into your pants to keep vest from riding up.
You will only know your wearing it after its saved your life, get yours today!!!
If you would like to see this protection for yourself, please see the Ballistic Test Video!! you wont believe your eyes.
Size S M L XL 2X 3X
Waist 32" 38" 40" 44" 50" 52.75"
USE BELLYBUTTON MEASUREMENT TO DETERMINE PROPER VEST SIZE.
More info on Kevlar (Wikipedia): Kevlar is the registered trademark for a light, strong para-aramid synthetic fiber, related to other aramids such as Nomex and Technora.Developed at DuPont in 1965 by Stephanie Kwolek it was first commercially used in the early 1970s as a replacement for steel in racing tires. Typically it is spun into ropes or fabric sheets that can be used as such or as an ingredient in composite material components.Currently, Kevlar has many applications, ranging from bicycle tires and racing sails to body armor because of its high strength to-weight ratio—famously: "...5 times stronger than steel on an equal weight basis..."A similar fiber called Twaron with roughly the same chemical structure was introduced by Akzo in 1978, and now manufactured by Teijin. Kevlar is well-known as a component of some bullet resistant vests and bullet resistant face masks. The PASGT helmet and vest used by United States military forces since the early 1980s both have Kevlar as a key component, as do their replacements. Other military uses include bulletproof facemasks used by sentries. Civilian applications include Kevlar reinforced clothing for motorcycle riders to protect against abrasion injuries and also Emergency Service's protection gear if it involves high heat (e.g., tackling a fire), and Kevlar body armor such as vests for police officers, security, and SWAT.
Vest comes with TAILS front and back to tuck into pants to keep vest from riding up on the torso.
See photo at top of listing.
Blue Vest shown for better detail.