About The Invention

Introducing the EZDraw Body Armor™

Body armor is a necessity for police officers fighting crime around the world. It can also be quite cumbersome to wear in active situations making side actions like drawing a weapon difficult. This is caused by the overlapping bulletproof material.

EZDraw™ is a body armor that improves the safety and mobility of body armor by reducing this unnecessary bulk. By reducing the redundant padding caused by overlapping material, it is thinner giving more room and flexibility to the officer.

Developed by a police executive who was a tactical team leader and rearms instructor, with many years of firsthand experience, the body armor has been fine-tuned to give equal amounts of flexibility and safety.

The thicker previous materials in use caused the officers to have to lean away from the weapon and additionally to have to go out and around the padding as it is in the direct path of the drawing of the weapon.

This thinner material provides the flexibility and enables a straighter draw path.

These additional seconds saved add up and can be crucial in tense situations possibly helping save a life.

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About the Inventor

John Edwards
EZDraw Body Armor™

The inventor, John Edwards of Oak Creek, WI was a tactical team leader and has many years of first hand experience. Knowing what causes unnecessary delay lead him to create a better body armor. John contacted the Mars Rising Network and had a provisional and design patent application filed and had the invention designed properly so that he may see success with this great idea and turn it into a real product. He is actively seeking a company that would have an interest in licensing the product for a royalty.

John Edwards

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EZDraw Body Armor™
John Edwards

Creek, WI

Phone: (414) 897-3626
Website: EZDrawBodyArmor.com

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