World’s first slash resistant combat shirt means you’re completely protected

World's First Slash Resistant UBAC Shirt

Body armors or state-of-the-art bullet or stab resistant vests surely provide effective ballistic and edged weapon protection; but if seen more closely, they offer no effective protection to key arteries. The armors leave arteries around the arms, torso, neck and the throat area completely vulnerable to slashing and cuts – cutting of any of the main artery in the region can lead to rapid blood loss and even death in a very short time span. To ensure law enforcement professionals are not more exposed and defenseless facing an attacker, PPSS Group has developed the world’s first slash resistant combat shirt, which guarantees complete protection to the key arteries.

Made from high performance cut resistant fabric Cut-Tex Pro, the PPSS Group’s UBAC (Under Body Armour Combat) shirt is tested and passed all European, American and International standards for safety. Ideal for law enforcement and security professionals, the slash resistant combat shirt is comfortable and amazingly safe ensuring protection for four key arteries – radial artery, brachial artery, carotid artery and axillary artery – from laceration and subsequent speedy blood loss.  Check video below for details.

Generally the UBAC shirts are made from lightweight, moisture resistant fabric, but changing the fabric in the slash resistant combat shirt, PPSS Group has been able to develop an absolutely unique protective shirt in the world. The shirt comprises two upper arm pockets with Velcro for patches and other attachments, and also features thumb loops to keep the shirt sleeves in place. The slash resistant shirt is machine washable.

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Bharat writes about latest gadgets, toys, robots and new technologies across various platforms. In addition to reporting and reviewing new products and technologies, he spends too much time digging the internet for endless questions. He's a die-hard football fan and a big foodie who wants to host Man v. Food some day.

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