Look Great In Your Garrison Bespoke Bulletproof Suit

A business suit that can actually stop a bullet? Garrison Bespoke is sure that this is the last suit you will ever need when searching through the third world for diamonds and petroleum. It costs $20,000 but it is proof against .22 caliber and even .45 caliber bullets.


(Garrison Bespoke suit put to the test)

At Garrison, we take pride in building relationships and trust with each and every one of our clients. That’s why, this year, it was crucial that we offer our clients true bespoke suit a because we make whatever the customers asks a bullet-proof suit to keep them safe during their travels to dangerous places for work. We wanted to create a lightweight garment that not only looks professional, but can also act as reliable body armor. The idea was to create a stylish and discreet alternative to wearing a bulky bullet proof vest underneath a suit. This way, our clients, wouldn’t have to worry about looking awkward during meetings, and they can travel to work feeling comfortable, safe, and confident. Accurately showing at Garrison Bespoke we are able make what our competitors can’t as none of them make a true custom bullet proof bespoke suit.

SF fans may recall the armored clothing from Frank Herbert's unsung 1977 classic The Dosadi Experiment:

McKie longed for his armored clothing and its devices to amplify muscles, but such things were not permitted.

David Brin's many fans felt very safe with his Bullet-guard overalls, from Kiln People (2004).

For some reason I see this as Keanu Reeve's next suit… From Time and Garrison Bespoke

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