Designed to be inserted into your everyday carry backpack providing protection under concealment. AR500 Armor® Rimelig 11" x 15" body armor integrates into your existing backpack under cover. Our Backpack Armor will fit into your school bag laptop pocket, hydration pocket, or laptop carry bags capable of accepting up to 15.1” laptops, in most cases also in conjunction with your laptop. The ideal choice for staying prepared in everyday life. You can now turn your commuter pack into an armored backpack capable of defeating hard hitting pistol rounds in a concealed carry system.
|Name in Bundles||No|
|Armor Level||Level IIIA (Rimelig)|
|Armor Threat Rating||Level IIIA multi-hit protection against .357 SIG FMJ Flat Nose (FN) bullets with a specified mass of 8.1 g (125 gr) and a velocity of 1470 ft/s (+/- 30 ft/s) and with .44 Magnum Semi Jacketed Hollow Point (SJHP) bullets with a specified mass of 15.6 g (240 grain) 1430 ft/s (+/- 30 ft/s)|
|Dimensions||11" x 15"|
|Armor Construction Material||Aramid Fiber, and Laminated Ripstop Nylon (sonic welded)|
|Armor Shelf Life||5 Years|
- Just be patient waiting for your order Review by Mark
Tom from customer service also said in his response, "Since you have level IIIA armor I would expect 7-8 weeks from order palcement [sic] before this ships." So there appears to be two separate periods, a lead time and a processing time maybe. Maybe I misunderstood or overlooked something that explained this better.
Anyway, I was very happy with the 11" x 15" Level IIIA Rimelig Backpack Armor that fits perfectly in my briefcase just as advertised. I even ordered more for my home and my office now that I know AR500 is an honest company but just to expect a much longer wait period than the "ESTIMATED LEAD TIME" which is fine because I don't anticipate having to put it to use and hopefully never will.
I even recommended this product to a coworker for their children's backpacks which is appreciated. (Posted on 8/3/2018)
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