Operational, functional and highly protective, our military body armour is designed to suit specific requirements and designs for those who serve in the armed forces, air force, navy, or in peace keeping missions around the world.
At PRE Labs, we use the science of survival to supply external and concealable military and tactical gear for men and women that not only meets all those protective requirements, but uses innovative designs with specialized fabrics, colours and camouflages. All of our body armour is fitted and designed with the most lightweight yet durable fabrics, and easy-to-access closures and fittings so you can perform at your best.
Our hard body armour plates consist of rigid panels of ballistic-resistant materials that are designed to offer superior protection against high-velocity ball and armour piercing rounds. They are rigorously tested in independent ballistic labs and are NIJ 0101.06 certified up to Level IV and special threat protection.
Depending on your operational requirements, we can certify our soft armour panels to a variety of international standards including NIJ 0101.06, STANAG 2920, HOSDB 2007 or customized standards required to defeat ballistic and fragmentation threats.
Dyami is the word for eagle in Sioux language. The eagle represents courage, wisdom and strength. The Navaho name their warrior daughters Anaba to ensure they return from war. Anaba are visionary skilled peacemakers, and possess a deep understanding of the laws of harmony and balance.
The Hopi consider Cheveyo to be a spirit warrior. As a spirit warrior, you are visionary, a skilled peacemaker and possess a deep understanding of the laws of harmony and balance. In the Blackfoot Nation, the word for Golden Eagle is Peta. The Golden Eagle represents courage, wisdom and strength.
In the Athabascan language, Denali is considered “The Great One”; above and beyond the rest. In the Sioux language, Akecheta is a fighter, powerful and complete. One who makes a difference in the world.