You would think that there would be more of a trauma from such an impact - I didn't even bruise from the stunt - but Caballero's patented bulletproof panels use a system of layered, flexible plastics that disperse a bullet's physical energy laterally. The top secret materials, which are 75% lighter than kevlar, are used to fortify suits, tuxedos, and sportcoats -and even custom items like underwear, ties, tropical shirts, and a kimono (for Steven Seagal). Some clothes can be upgraded to be impenetrable against mini-uzis, knife stabbings, and even needles.
These stylish, bulletproof clothes come at a price of course - but if you have the means of Bruce Wayne and the desires of Batman, you should probably set up an appointment with Miguel Caballero and schedule that trip to Colombia now. [via The Global Trip]