Protect your children, family or yourself from shootings in schools, malls or the work place. Drawing on years of experience fabricating some of the militarys most advanced armor solutions, Hardwire has introduced the BODYGUARD. The BODYGUARD panel is designed to fit into book bags, back packs and brief cases. The BODYGUARD provides a layer of ballistic protection from handgun fire and can stop multiple rounds. Manufactured with Dyneema® (a high performance polyethylene fiber), this board weighs less than one pound and meets the NIJ Level IIIA Ballistic testing standards. You never want to be in a situation when you are threatened by gunfire, however, if you are, youll have a chance with BODYGUARD covering your back.
- Made Of Dyneema - Worlds Strongest Fiber
- STAB PROTECTION TO LEVEL I
- NIJ Level IIIA protection stops 44MAG, 9MM, 10MM, 45AUTO, 40S&W, 38 Special, 357MAG and more
- Ultra-Light weight less than 1lb
- Easily fits into a backpack or other bags to provide protection from gunfire
- Simple, effective and affordable
- 100% Made In USA
WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)
Unbelievably light weight!
Lightweight for my kids to use.
Fits just right in their school bag.
Safety is priority for my kids. Each has 1 and understands there are bad people out there; They keep the panels incognito. Highly recommended to those that deem the life of their children is precious. The panel 10x13 perfectly fits my wife's casual backpack as well. She has it on when she goes to the mall, work and everywhere else.
Nice product, shipped fast, good price!
Great for my SAR deployment pack. A lot lighter/more comfortable than the plate I was running in it originally.
Great product, very light and fits perfectly in a courier bag or back pack.
Works great for back pack
They seem ok. Thinner and lighter than expected. I haven't been shot in the chest yet, so I'll report back if that happens.