PRE Labs offers armour designs that suit all levels of law enforcement operations from general duty, tactical, emergency response, undercover, and security services, just to name a few.
General duty officers can get the most out of our concealable law enforcement vest carriers, made from materials designed to wick away moisture and keep you cooler while giving you the utmost protection in high-risk situations.
Our external carriers come in a variety of clean professional styles and can be fitted to match your uniform. All vests can be attached by our new Quickloc™ (patent pending) self-aligning magnetic side attachment system or single or double overlap Velcro®.
Those in high-risk operations can get the utmost protection from our tactical carriers, which are outfitted with extensive MOLLE webbing, so that you can configure as many pouches as you need for all your necessary equipment and accessories. These vests also come with numerous NIJ 0101.06 certified Level II and IIIA armour options, optional Quickloc™ (patent pending) self-aligning magnetic side attachment, and can be outfitted with NIJ 0101.06 certified Level III, III+ and IV hard body armour plates.
Those in covert operations – detective, VIP, undercover– can stay protected while undetected in our ultra-concealable vest, which has no lumps or bumps caused by seams or Velcro® closures. The vest’s ballistic edges are also beveled making it extremely difficult to detect.
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