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Convertible Photochromic Eyewear - Bobster

June 1, 2008
Bobster has expanded its photochromic offering to include the Gunner, a convertible piece of eyewear. This sleek and stylish eyewear’s flexible, wrap-around frame can be worn as a sunglass or goggle by removing the temples and replacing them with a strap.

Summer Socks - 5.11 Tactical

June 1, 2008
5.11 Tactical has come out with a Summer Sock in a lighter, thinner, dressier model. Designed for hot weather, the black sock blends 5.11’s Shock Mitigation System and multiple zones of compression with summer-weight fibers for breathability.

Rumbler Intersection Clearing System - Federal Signal

June 1, 2008
The Rumbler, Federal Signal’s “Intersection Clearing System,” provides an audible warning to drivers to help first responders safely reach events. The Rumbler has the ability to interact with 100/200 watt siren amplifiers and provide secondary, low frequency duplicate tones that encourage cars to clear the roads so police officers can get to where they need to be.

Double Gun Case - 5.11 Tactical

June 1, 2008
5.11 Tactical’s roomy new Double Gun Case is made of durable, water-resistant 1,050-denier nylon and features user-specific pockets and web platforms for optimal accessorizing. Generously sized for 36-inch or 42-inch rifles, the Double Gun Case has padded corners to secure guns while protecting barrels and stocks.

Low-Profile Lighting System - 911 EP

June 1, 2008
From 911EP, part of BAE Systems, the Commander Lighting System (CLS) offers very low-profile interior lighting. Although it sits at the top of the windshield, the light bar’s design helps minimize visual obstructions to improve driver safety, while an integrated glare shield minimizes flash backs.

Taclite Pro Pant - 5.11 Tactical

May 1, 2008
The new Taclite Pro Pant from 5.11 Tactical is made of 6.14-ounce poly/cotton ripstop, a lightweight, fade- and wrinkle-resistant fabric that’s ideal for hot weather.

Public Safety Vest - Lakeland Industries

May 1, 2008
Lakeland Industries introduces its public safety vest for police professionals. The vest features a choice of zipper front or Velcro closure, as well as a badge tab and dual mic tabs.

K-9 Tactical Deployment Mat - Ray Allen

May 1, 2008
Ray Allen’s self-expanding tactical deployment mat can be used for stake out and perimeter deployment when the weather is cold or the surface is inhospitable. The mat gives your K-9 partner comfort while waiting to react to a suspect or threat.

Large Plate Carrier - 5.11 Tactical

April 1, 2008
While most plate carriers are made of nylon, which retains heat, 5.11’s Large Plate Carrier features durable, breathable stiffened-mesh construction on a wide, stable platform that adjusts at shoulder and torso. Standard or large plates are secured with heavy-duty, adhesive-backed Velcro.

Tychem ThermoPro - DuPont

April 1, 2008
DuPont’s Tychem ThermoPro combines the chemical protection of Tychem and thermal protection of NOMEX in a single-layer garment. It's designed to help provide Hazmat responders with permeation protection against a broad range of toxic industrial chemicals and chemical warfare agents and to increase escape time from flash fires.
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