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Miguel Caballero High Security Fashion – crime lord fashionistas listen up…


Miguel Caballero likes to think of itself as the Armani of bulletproof fashion wear, featuring all sorts of designer apparel designed to prevent bullets from entering rich client flesh. A quick browse through the catalogue of the new American website reveals such delights as this Tuxedo Shirt (never know when you’re gonna be popped at the opera eh?), a very trendy leather bomber jacket (!) and a positively Silicon Valley-esque Polo Shirt.


Now we’re trying hard to be fair here, but the truly poignant part is how obvious it is that these products are aimed at the Latin American market –with the new US HQ based in Miami, of course. Take a look at the so sad/funny corporate video to see what I mean. The Zoolander models on the catwalk wearing camo? Absolutely priceless!!

 Miguel Caballero has created a fresh line of Italian themed clothing featuring blazers, leather jackets, coats, rain-coats, dress shirts, t-shirts, polos, vests and more. All of them are lightweight and easy to wear. But most importantly, our fabrics are durable and wearing them is the latest passive protection method in the market. Customers can choose from low, medium and high protection levels. The low level protects from short range weaponry such as hand-guns and revolvers. The medium level protects against sub machine guns such as mini Uzis. And the high level protects against high powered assault rifles and machine guns like the MP5.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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