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The Sherpa - Men's Bulletproof Hoodie

$349.00
(11 reviews) Write a Review

MADE TO ORDER - 6 WEEK LEAD TIME

Additional Styles or Colors purchased for $75 are shells only and do not include panels. All panels are removable and interchangeable, allowing you to remove clothing from one item and swap to another style or color.

HOOD IS NOT BULLET RESISTANT - Soft armor cannot protect your head no matter the material

 

NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN BALLISTIC LEVEL IIA

This rating covers .22LR to .45 ACP out of up to 4" barrels. These are common calibers and the most likely threats to encounter 

Half the weight and thickness of IIIA, with a bit of cost savings!

A men's large is 4lbs in IIA and 8lbs in IIIA

 

Each IIIA product has been tested and meets the abbreviated NIJ 0101.06 IIIA Standard

This rating covers calibers from .22LR to .44 Magnum, as well as 00 Buckshot.

 

- Front zip closure

- Two side pockets

- Sherpa lined interior

- 100% Polyester

 

 

FEATURES

  • Protection against .22LR, .380, 9MM, .40, .45, .357 and 44 Magnum. Bird, Buck and 12G Slug resistant.
  • Slash and Stab resistant
  • Complete torso protection. Not just front and back rectangles like many other products
  • Covert. Even with a second glance
  • Front split with overlap design for maximum protection and comfort
  • 100% Polyester poplin panel outer for incredible skin to panel feel
  • 4 Zipper removable panel system
  • 600D Coated Nylon inner cover for complete water and UV resistance

 

WARRANTY


5 Year manufacturer warranty on all ballistic panels

11 Reviews

  • 5
    The sherpa

    Posted by Steve on 22nd Jul 2020

    Too hot to wear outside for now.

  • 4
    Hoodie

    Posted by Lance on 21st Jul 2020

    Overall the garment is comfortable, easy to place the BP pads. A bit heavy and the inner zipper is not very strong and I can see this zipper as being the first thing to break. Needs a heavy duty inner zipper. Fits well. Will be great in cooler weather.

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    Coil zippers are stronger than vislon. Without going pure metal, which has it's own issues, these take more force than essentially all types. There is a 1 year warranty on the jacket and 5 on the panels.

  • 5
    Bulletproof everyone prodcut

    Posted by Nate on 18th Jul 2020

    This a great idea and product. Gives you a little extra protection without seeming threatening to the people around you. Just looks like everyday clothing. Good job guys.

  • 4
    Fits great. comfortable.

    Posted by James H on 14th Jul 2020

    Getting the Armor in and out of the jacket is a pain. other than that its great.

    i also wish there was a pocket inside that allowed Conceal Carry

  • 5
    Insulated not sherpa

    Posted by James T. on 3rd Apr 2020

    The one I got isn't sherpa lined its some mesh insulated material but its extremely nice

  • 5
    New Hoodie

    Posted by Chris Gunderson on 2nd Mar 2020

    It’s hard to believe that something so Comfortable and lightweight could save your life.
    I’m glad i purchased it and will be buying more of them.

  • 5
    Added armor

    Posted by Joe on 17th Jan 2020

    -Amazing fit(purchased XL)
    -Nice black jacket zipped or unzipped
    -Jacket blends in with other clothing
    -two hand pockets
    -two inside hidden. Pockets left side
    - hidden bottom lining zipper for extra armor insert
    I added half of a level IIA bulletproof(unvelcrowed half of one whole) vest and stuck it in the bottom of the hidden zipper to cover the exposed lower back area.
    Amazing black jacket. Fits as if I bought a regular black jacket at the store minus the weight.
    W/ added level IIA front insert in to lower back jackets weighs about 10lbs to 12lbs. All pads able to be removed via zippers

  • 5
    AWESOME

    Posted by James West on 19th Dec 2019

    Love this jacket warm and Safe good fit with a little Room to grow

  • 5
    Thick and warm

    Posted by Jake on 9th Dec 2019

    I purchased a few things. This is my favorite. it is super well put together. A little too warm for my weather but I knew that going in