Can I Travel with Body Armor?
What is the Highest Rated Body Armor?
Level IV Body Armor offers the highest level of protection available. Level IV is tested to stop large caliber threats up to .30-06 M2AP steel core armor piercing rifle ammunition with a mass of 166 grains and velocity of 2880 ft/s.
Can You Wear Body Armor In Public?
Yes. While there are no Federal laws that state you are not permitted to wear body armor in public, we strongly suggests that you research your state and local laws. If you choose to wear body armor in public you should expect to draw attention from law enforcement and the general public. Wearing body armor in public would surely cause some intimidation to civilians and may lead to a conversation with law enforcement. We advise that you research your local laws for more caveats.
Can You Take Body Armor On The Plane?
Yes, ultimately the TSA differs from airport to airport and will make the final decision. The TSA page on body armor states that body armor can be on planes if they are in your checked luggage. You cannot wear it on the plane or in the airport.
Generally, yes. The TSA page on body armor states that body armor is allowed on planes as long as it's placed in checked bags or luggage. It cannot be worn in the airport or on the plane. Seriously, don't try it.
Even though it's generally allowed to bring body armor in luggage or checked bags, the TSA has the final say on what's allowed on the plane each day and what isn't.
How to Choose the Correct Size for My Body Armor?
There are free size exchanges for up to 30 days. Please reference our Sizing Guide to find you perfect fit.
What Does Berry Compliant Mean?
The Berry Amendment, requires the Department of Defense to give preference in procurement to domestically produced, manufactured, or home-grown products, most notably food, clothing, fabrics, and specialty metals.