If 2020 proved anything, its we’re all responsible for our own safety. Crime continues to rise, and some want to Defund Police. It just proves you are your own first responder. So many look to up their personal protection. The new Premier Body Armor AGILE IIIA Soft Armor Inserts do just that.
Premier Body Armor AGILE Soft Plates
The Premier Body Armor soft inserts exceed NIJ ballistic standards for Level IIIA. They also fit in any standard plate carrier. Better still, they come thinner and more comfortable than ever.
“There’s never been a more appropriate name for any of our inserts,” said Jason Mammano, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Premier Body Armor. “The new AGILE soft armor inserts are incredibly light and flexible. Each panel weighs just over a pound. And they’re less than a quarter of an inch thick. For those who want robust protection and maximum maneuverability, the AGILE level IIIA plates are ideal.”
Customers can purchase AGILE level IIIA soft armor inserts individually. They measure 10x12x22 inches and weigh just 1.2 pounds each.
The company tests each AGILE insert to stop common handgun rounds, per NIJ Standard-0101.06 specs. The inserts protect against 9mm, .40, .45 and .44 magnum rounds. AGILE inserts are special threat tested against 12-gauge, both buckshot and slugs, Liberty Civil Defense 9mm and FN 5.7x29mm. The inserts also prove stab and slash-resistant.
AGILE inserts come in the USA Classic Carrier/AGILE Bundle. Each package pairs Premier Body Armor’s Classic plate carrier with the new AGILE soft body armor panels. The two inserts and the Classic carrier weigh just 3.9 pounds.
The world became much more uncertain in 2020. Pandemic and social unrest showed us our defense is up to us. So body armor offers big appeal during these uncertain times. Premier Body Armor offers a full line of backpack inserts. For even more info, please visit premierbodyarmor.com.
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