National Body Armor specializes in creating soft body armor, a type of armor that offers protection against various ballistic threats while providing enhanced comfort and mobility compared to traditional hard body armor. Military personnel, law enforcement officers, security professionals, and civilians alike rely on National Body Armor for reliable protection without sacrificing mobility.
National Body Armor's soft body armor is typically made with layers of high-strength synthetic materials like Kevlar, Twaron, or Dyneema. These materials provide a high strength-to-weight ratio that is essential for effective protection. National Body Armor categorizes its soft body armor by different levels of ballistic protection, ranging from Level IIA to Level IIIA, according to the standards set by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ).
National Body Armor's Level IIA armor is designed to stop lower-velocity handgun rounds, while their Level IIIA armor offers protection against a wider range of handgun rounds, including more powerful calibers like .44 Magnum. However, it's important to note that soft body armor is not designed to stop rifle rounds. National Body Armor's advanced designs can provide limited protection against certain rifle threats, but individuals who require more comprehensive protection against rifle threats should consider using hard body armor instead.