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Body Armour – Civilian

Civilian VestIt’s important to choose a style your staff are happy with, to ensure they wear their armour for the maximum time they’re exposed to risk.
Styles are either covert (concealed under the clothing) or overt (worn over the clothing). With covert styles, you can’t tell a person is wearing body armour, but some wearers find them less comfortable as they’re worn closer to the skin. Overt styles are easier to put on and take off, and potentially more comfortable, but can present the wrong image for certain job roles.

Hi Vis

Hi Vis Yellow
Looks like a normal Hi Vis Vest.
Multiple adjustment points, offering superb comfort levels
Heat management system - maximizes airflow, draws sweat & moisture away from the body
Belt loops – use if required to prevent armour riding up.
Lumbar (back) support.
Epaulettes, concealed lower pockets

Patrol

Black
Very smart ‘’uniform-style’’
Wear over uniform, or over civilian clothes, for a smart professional appearance
Multiple adjustment points, offering superb comfort levels
Heat management system - maximizes airflow, draws sweat & moisture away from the body
Belt loops – use if required to prevent armour riding up.
Lumbar (back) support.
Epaulettes, bellowed lower pockets can carry multiple items

Tabard Style

Black Only
Fully adjustable at shoulders & sides, giving maximum comfort levels.
Heat management system - maximizes airflow, draws sweat & moisture away from the body

Protection levels in the overt range are:

KR1/SP1

HG1/KR1/SP1

HG2/KR2/SP2Civilian Hi VizCivilian Secrurity VestMedia Vest

 

 

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The wearing of body armour does not guarantee protection from all types of threats that may be encountered. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to ensure that the product specified is satisfactory for the intended purpose. Kempton's expertise is at your service, with specific threat testing and proven solutions.