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Milliken’s line of Agilus® patented textile technologies are engineered for the ultimate in protection and flexibility. This patented technology increases protection levels and confidence, while also enhancing comfort and wearability.

  1. Flexible
  2. Protection


Agilus® MTP Technology. Ultra-Flexible 

Remarkably Agile. All-in-one Protective Fabric.

A breakthrough in flexible knife resistant material, Agilus® MTP provides a new level of customizable defense. The patented coating technology on p-aramid fabrics actively slows and resists the penetration of knife, spike and ballistic threats.

-Achieve protection without restricting speed or ability to bend and move.

  1. Enhanced comfort, flexibility and ease of movement makes vests more wearable
  2. Allows p-aramid fabrics to achieve knife and spike resistance while maintaining ballistic protection
  3. Material is coated on one side, and available in rolled form to optimize ease of handling and manufacturing
  4. Can readily hybridize with other materials for desired level of threat protection
  5. Tumble testing per NIJ 0101.06, Section 5 passes stab testing after 10,000 cycles

Agilus® SP Technology.

Light-weight, flexible spike protection.

This innovative particle technology is applied to p-aramid fabrics to create the needed friction for stab resistance by controlling yarn-to-yarn friction. Upon impact, yarns and layers of fabric are quickly locked in place to keep officers safe from spike attacks. The technology is based on inherently ballistic-resistant fabrics.      

  1. Better comfort - Weight savings of 25% to make vests lighter, thinner and more flexible
  2. Improved value - Achieves same protection level with less fabric, reducing overall material costs
  3. Excellent protection - Fabric retains ballistic resistance in addition to spike stab protection (as tested via NIJ 0101.06, NIJ 0115.00)