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Tactical Police Gear

People who work for law enforcement must wear tactical police gear because their lives are viewed as a matter of life and death each day. This armor guarantees that missions are carried out by the police as planned to protect their lives. These individuals must wear tactical gear that is safe and wear equipment to protect them from other people.

Tactical Pants

The police wear tactical pants as armor. These clothes are durable and made in several different styles. Tactical pants are:

• Solid in color.

• Lightweight materials.

• Belt loops are thick.

External knife pockets and double seat and knees are reinforced to provide protection from an abrasion. Interior knee slots are provided for kneepads.

Reflective Vests

The purpose of wearing reflective jackets is to provide safety and a covering in order to avoid any unexpected event from a person. A reflective vest protects all major body parts from injury.

While walking, hiking, running and biking during an escapade, police officers may lose their balance or fall down directly on the road. This injury may lead to brain or body damage and in some cases death. Reflective vest are used as a lifesaving service.

Reflective Sleeves

Sleeves protect an individual from harm and minimize damages. Reflective sleeves are made to protect people from a fire. These materials are fire resistant and some are bullet proof. This equipment is made to absorb bullets from within without causing injury. These vests have saved many lives. The police wears a jacket for emergency situations.

Features of Reflective Vests

Reflective sleeves are

• Made from a material that reflects light.

• Several layers of fabric.

• Bulletproof.

The reason police wear vests that have bright colors in case of an emergency, citizens can scream for help. Police can search for information about types of reflective vests, such as:

• Materials.

• Prices.

• Shapes.

• Usage.

• Designs.

from online companies. Some jackets have retro reflective stripes for police officers to become easily seen at night by other people located near a light fixture. The pattern distinguishes people and objects. Area reflective fabric outlines the body so drivers are able to distinguish a human shape. For increase visibility, police officers wear bright, fluorescent colors as the main garment during the day.

Give forward by bringing back

I think I have found a solution to my problem of disposing old clothes and old school uniforms that have been bugging me for a long time.

Image by kiekvanna from Pixabay

My son gave me this pamphlet from a popular shopping retail company. The pamphlet said the store accepts old clothes in whatever form they may be. The goal is to:

REWEAR (clothes that can be worn again);

REUSE (textiles that are no longer suitable to wear are converted into other products, such as cleaning cloths);

RECYCLE (textiles that can’t be reused get a new chances as textile fibres, or are used to manufacture products such as damping and insulation materials fro the auto industry.

The company’s collecting initiatives aims to lessen the clothes and textiles that end up in landfills when 95 percent could be used again.

“The H&M garment collecting initiative has been created to decrease the waste and close the fashion loop. So if you’ve got something worn, torn, or hopelessly out of style – don’t throw it away or let it pile up in the back of our wardrobe. Bring back all your unwanted clothes and home textiles to your local H&M store.”

As a token for the effort in bringing your old clothes to the store, they will be giving voucher (for each bag you hand in) with a discount for your next purchase. Please visit their website hm.com/garment-collecting ico-spirit.com to know more about this initiative.

I’ll be sorting more old clothes this week to free additional space in the cabinet and do my share in reducing waste from old clothes and textiles.

From maternity dress to a pair of wide leg pants

So I have this maternity dress which I’m keeping since I’m pregnant with my daughter in 1996 and with my son in 1998. I thought of saving it to be used for a different purpose. I want to convert the dress into something that I’ve been wanting to have in a while – a wide leg pants – like a saw in newchic.com.

Photo credit: Newchic.com

I will update this post once I have the maternity dress repaired. 🙂