Saturday, June 25, 2016

Full Protection

For those who want to feel really safe:
Abbas Haider founded a custom tailoring shop in historic Fredericksburg, Virginia, that sells a wide variety of “ballistic clothing” — tailored jackets, dress shirts, ties and even underwear — designed to repel bullets shot a point blank range.

While the majority of bullet-resistant clothing consists of heavy gear typically worn over clothes, Haider’s company, Aspetto Inc., offers lightweight options for everyday civilians. His products are equipped with super-thin bullet-resistant panels of Dyneema and Twaron or Kevlar that are zipped into the linings and can be removed for dry cleaning.

“For most people, we suggested ballistic t-shirts,” Haider told NBC News. “They can get more use out of a ballistic T-shirt than a suit.”
Because you never know where you might get hit...

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