Body Armor
AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor

AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor

AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor

$1,550.00

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  • Model: AGGRESSOR
  • Manufactured by: ForceOne


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NEW! The AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor System Level III-A

The AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor System was developed with Urban Tactical Operations as it's core objective. This new body armor provides the wearer with maximum coverage and mobility, the AGGRESSOR is ForceOne armor's most innovative NEW tactical body armor package available today.

The AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor System features several new advancements to it's carrier configuration and as always includes a ballistic package that has been designed to meet or exceed today's ballistic body armor standards.

Advanced Features:
  • Unique Kangaroo Pouch which can accommodate several items utilized by Urban SWAT operations.
  • The ability to attach any Molle compatible pouch with the use of the AGGRESSOR'S 360 degree Molle system or interchangeable back Molle, radio wire channels that can also be used in conjunction with an often utilized hydration system.
  • A quick release shoulder system which allows the user to quickly remove the body armor system if required.

Wearers of the AGGRESSOR Tactical Body Armor System also remain comfortable with ForceOne's unique Aerospace liner and adjustable cummerbund. To provide even more ballistic protection the AGGRESSOR is also equipped with front, back and side plate pockets capable of holding up to level IIIA Spear or Ciras Panels.

6 Steps to Great Fitting Body Armor:
  • Have another person conduct the measuring of your torso
  • Be precise, accurate and complete all of the requested information
  • Do not over or under measure. Mis-measuring results in poor fitting armor.
  • When measured, where normal, casual work attire.
  • Do not artificially adjust your belt height.
  • Do not sit or stand artificially erect when being measured

Measurement Points:
  • FULL CHEST - STANDING
    Using a cloth tape measure, measure around the back, high under the armpits, and across the largest part of the chest. Try to keep the tape parallel to the floor and be careful not to let the tape droop in the back.
  • THORAX - STANDING
    Using a cloth tape measure, measure around the back, next to the biceps, under / at the base of the breast / pectoral muscles, across the sternum. Try to keep the tape parallel to the floor.
  • UPPER ABDOMINAL - STANDING
    Using a cloth tape measure, measure around the back, at approximately elbow height, and across the bottom of the ribcage in the front. Try to keep the tape parallel to the floor.
  • LOWER ABDOMINAL / STOMACH - STANDING
    Using a cloth tape measure, measure around the back in the kidney region, approximately 1 above the belt, and across the front of the navel. Try to keep the tape parallel to the floor.
  • BACK - STANDING
    Using a cloth tape measure, measure down the length of the spine from the base of the collar (Dress, Polo, or T-Shirt) to the belt.
  • FRONT TORSO - STANDING & SEATED<br> Using a cloth tape measure, measure from the clavicle depression / V notch (At the top of the bone) located at the base of the throat down between pectoral muscles, over the sternum and abdomen to the belt. This measurement shall be taken twice, once standing and once in the seated position.

How to Measure for Body Armor Video:
This video will walk you through the body armor measuring process.



NIJ Certified Products

All ForceOne body armor products have been tested and meet or exceed the rigorous standards and certification of the NIJ at multiple threat levels.

For body armor standards and information please visit the National Institute of Justice.

Downloadable Document:
Selection and Application Guide to Personal Body Armor (NIJ Guide 100-01)

This NIJ Guide responds to questions about the selection and use of body armor for law enforcement and corrections. It includes information from the latest NIJ standard on ballistic resistance of body armor (0101.04), as well as information on NIJ's new standard on stab resistance of body armor (0115.00). The guide provides information to help determine what level of protection is consistent with the threats to which individual officers are exposed. It describes the various armor styles available, along with the proper care of armor in service. The NIJ standards are discussed in detail, as well as the use of the standards in armor procurement.

NOTE: This document is available in ASCII Text and PDF formats. Clicking on the link will open a new browser window.





This product was added to our catalog on Friday 15 January, 2010.


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