Our stab and knife resistant vest designs provide essential protection so you can perform your duties safely, whether you work in a federal minimum, medium, maximum or multi-level security penitentiary or a provincial jail, correctional facility or detention centre.
In most circumstances, you do not have to deal with ballistic threats. However, the potential for injury from a stab or spike threat from homemade weapons, knives, hypodermic needles and other sharp objects can be high. Impact protection is another important factor when dealing with a body or cell search, cell extraction, riots, or in a high-risk situations.
With PRE Labs concealable or external stab-resistant vests, you can be insured of protection from threats such as spikes and knives along with your chosen level of ballistic protection. Our carriers are available in both male and female styles and feature tough outer fabric along with highly breathable 3D inner mesh lining. You also have the ability to add a soft or hard trauma pad to reduce blunt trauma impact or for added protection against knives and sharp objects.
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