LIGHTWEIGHT PLATE

Our lightweight, multi-hit, 7-curve plate definitely you best choice for best-value

 

Difference between IC Plate & SA Plate

IC PLATE
IC or ICW stands for "In-Conjunction With", is a kind of plate that has to be used together with a Level III-A Soft Armor Panel to achieve its desired protective capability. IC plate is used to upgrade the existing level of protection of a Level III-A Soft Armor Vest.

SA PLATE
SA or STA stands for Stand Alone, as the name implies, can be used as it is and without any other armor component with it, as result, SA plates are usually heavier and thicker compared to the IC plate. It is commonly used in tactical operations.

UNDERSTANDING THE PROPER USAGE OF SOFT AND HARD ARMOR PLATE




When placed against the chest, the 7-curve plate sits comfortably and covers the 20 most millimeters of the rib cage for better protection of internal organs and to aid in ballistic resistance.

IN-CONJUNCTION  PLATES
Used in conjunction with Level III-A Soft Armor

 

Protection: III-A Special
Weight: 400 ( +100) gr 

 

Protection: LEVEL III
Weight: 1.2 ( +0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL III
Weight: 0.92 ( +0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL III+
Weight: 1.2 ( +0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL III++
Weight: 1.6 ( +0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL IV
Weight: 2.5 ( +0.1) Kg

STANDALONE  PLATES

 

Protection: LEVEL III
Weight: 1.1 (  + 0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL III
Weight: 1.4 (  + 0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL III+
Weight: 1.5 ( +0.1) Kg
 

Protection: LEVEL III++
Weight: 1.75 ( +0.1) Kg

 

Protection: LEVEL IV
Weight: 2.6 (   + 0.1) Kg