Posts Tagged ‘Intelligent Armour’

Social Hand Grenade

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Social Hand Grenade

Social Hand Grenade is a clothing brand owned and managed by UK-based Intelligent Armor Limited. Their product line includes t-shirts, polo shirts, jumpers, and accessories for men, women, and children, most of it made from natural 100% cotton or bamboo. All designs and logos are screen printed within the UK.


You’ve Got a Belt, Now Get Something For Your Dog

Thursday, June 20th, 2013

Intelligent Armour has introduced a Dog Collar and Lead.


Manufactured from Crye Precision MultiCam or A-TACS webbing, Austialpin 1″ Cobra Buckle and HK Snap Hook and sewn with nylon bonded thread. Order by color, collar circumference and lead length. Allow two weeks for delivery.


New from Intelligent Armour – Lightweight 1” Combat Belt in A-TACS FG Camo

Wednesday, May 8th, 2013

Gloucestershire, UK based Intelligent Armour introduces their new lightweight combat belt in A-TACS FG Camo and built to UK Military Specifications.

IA Belt

The new Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt can be worn with any trousers on or off duty without worrying about the width of the belt. At 1″ wide, the Intelligent Armour Lightweight Combat Belt 1″ will fit snugly on tactical trousers or jeans and is easily adjusted.

This belt also features a 1” Cobra Buckle…the smallest in the Cobra Buckle range from Austrialpin, the 1″ Cobra Buckle is lightweight, and very strong.

Cobras are CNC machined from the highest grade 7075 aluminium alloy and feature solid brass and stainless internal release mechanisms. All AustriAlpin Cobra Buckles are tested and certified by highly respected independent/3rd party test houses and exceed Military Specification guidelines.

AustriAlpin Cobra Buckles are tested to the following standards:
• MIL-STD 810F (510.4) Blowing Dust Test Cert
• MIL-STD 810F (510.4) Blowing Sand Test Cert
• MIL-STD 810F (509.4) Salt Fog / Corrosion Resistance Test Cert


UK’s Intelligent Armour Offering Cobra Trouser Belt for £19.80

Monday, April 8th, 2013


That’s right, IA is offering a 1″ Lightweight Combat Belt that incorporates a Austrialpin Cobra buckle for the low, low price of £19.80!! According to IS, these are made in Gloucestershire from full military specification materials in MultiCam, Black, Foliage Green, Olive Drab Green and Coyote Tan.


Multimedia & eReader cases from IA

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

Intelligent Armour released a very nice MultiCam Kindle case a few weeks ago. Based on its success, they’ve added a few new options to their range of multimedia cases to include iPad, Nook, Kobo and Samsung eReaders and other tablets.

Intelligent Armour manufactures all of these cases in the UK, UK using Crye Multicam 2-way stretch from Duro Industries. The larger cases employ Potomac Field Gear’s Advance Protective Fabric; this is to protect the device/tablet screen from getting scratched. The fabric is also fire retardant, wicking and anti-static.


IA MultiCam Light Assault Vest

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012


The Light Assault Vest from UK-based Intelligent Armour is manufactured from the Duro Textile Omega mesh in the MultiCam print.


This MOLLE compatible vest features four points of Velcro adjustment allowing the vest to be worn over different types of garments. The vest features an internal sleeve along the back to accommodate a 100 oz hydration bladder as well as two internal map pockets. It is offered in two sizes, Medium-Large and Large-X Large.


Kindle Case from Intelligent Armour

Tuesday, July 10th, 2012

Manufactured by Intelligent Armour in the UK from Crye 2-way stretch NanoSphere 40D Multicam fabric; the IA Multicam Kindle Case is water resistant and padded to protect your Kindle during travel.



IA Blast Belt

Friday, May 25th, 2012

UK’s Intelligent Armour offers this Multicam Blast Belt made from 500D Crye Multicam Cordura consisting of an inner, sized riggers belt and an external armored, load carrying belt. It uses Dyneema to offer a ballistic rating equivalent to NIJ IIIA. The size and shape of belted armor systems cannot be tested to NIJ standards so firms utilize packages that are certified but in the belt shape.