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Ready for Travel: Summer Essentials

Ready for Travel: Summer Essentials

Summer!!! School is out, vacation is on. You found the destination, and now it’s time to pack….There’s so much fuss around what to pack... and where... while playing suitcase Tetris:...
Celebrating the Right to Bear Armor

Celebrating the Right to Bear Armor

Preparing for Fourth of July Celebrations    Independence Day gives license to: Grilling… Well, anything. (It’s your grill, right? Throw a burger, a dog, or hell, a watermelon on there....
Hardwire LLC armors boat for Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Ballistic Armor for Boats: BLOWING IT OUT OF THE WATER

Maryland's Dept. Natural Resources Police Chose Hardwire to innovate an armor solution for their patrol boat. 

Does Body Armor Expire?

Does Body Armor Expire?

Does body armor expire? In short, yes, all body armor does expire, but not all body armor is equal. Hardwire utilizes Dyneema. Dyneema is the only man-made fiber stronger than spider silk, coming in at 15X stronger than steel. It is naturally buoyant, waterproof, moisture-wicking, breathable,  and will not delaminate due to moisture. Kevlar on the other hand will begin to disintegrate with element exposure and is only 5X stronger than steel.
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Flag at Half-Mast for San Jose

Hearts hang as heavy as our flag at half-mast, as our country laments lives lost in San Jose, CA. Hardwire LLC offers protection in these trying times.
Safariland® Announces New Hardwire® Armor Packages

Safariland® Announces New Hardwire® Armor Packages

  Innovative Design Offers Lightest, Thinnest Ballistic Panel Protection Available Jacksonville, Florida – Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the...
First Look: Safariland Partners with Hardwire Ballistic Panels

First Look: Safariland Partners with Hardwire Ballistic Panels

Safariland is rolling out the next generation of Hardwire ballistic panels, which use the strength of compressed Dyneema fibers to create the thinnest and lightest level II and IIIA ballistic panels...