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Striking Shield

Company: RedMan Training Gear

April 01, 2009


RedMan’s Striking Shield is tough enough to withstand intense training and live duty scenarios with live duty batons. It can even be used as a duty shield. It’s made with a specially formulated heavy-duty vinyl material and dense impact-dispersing foam layered inside for greater impact protection. The shield back’s double handle design allows you to hold the bag five different ways. A body-forming curved shape adds stability and comfort. The RedMan Striking Shield measures 30 x 19 inches and is 5.5 inches thick.

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