ProShield Smart backpack serves up bulletproof protection

The ProShield Smart backpack boasts bulletproof protection in either grey or black. (Photo: Guard Dog)

Guard Dog expanded its series of bulletproof backpacks, launching the ProShield Smart featuring an integrated charging bank.

The ProShield Smart follows the company’s ProShield Pro design, offering expanded features on top of bulletproof protection. One of the backpack’s innovative features is the built-in charging bank, which allows mobile devices to plug directly into the charging bank for on-the-go power.

The bag offers 20 pockets and compartments for organization, including a compartment for large laptops and tablets that meets TSA guidelines for back opening. This permits users to keep the tech devices inside the bag when traveling. In addition to a dedicated laptop area, the ProShield Smart also boasts a RFID protected compartment.

The bulletproof backpack has been tested and certified by the National Institute of Justice and according to the company “weighs on ounces more than a non-armored backpack.”

Available in grey or black, the ProShield Smart doesn’t come cheap. The backpack carries a hefty price tag of $349.95.

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