The Sarkar Covert Tactical Vest is a piece of body armor that can be worn discreetly under clothing. This vest provides low profile concealed protection or overtly as part of the uniform.  Its main purpose is to provide concealed defence without sacrificing comfort or mobility.

Featuring large front and rear Velcro panels, this tactical vest offers convenient attachment points for identification, such as badges or patches. This allows for quick and easy customization based on operational requirements. 

  • Lightweight NIJ approved Soft Armor Panels (SAP) inserts
  • Available in 2 protection options

This covert tactical vest ensures optimal protection against various threats, including ballistic projectiles and sharp-edged weapons. Its lightweight design guarantees prolonged wearability without compromising agility or flexibility in the field.

The vests are ideal for police officers in undercover operations. Additionally, they can also be used by security personnel working in high-risk environments.

Female Covert Tactical Vest option is available.

Available Colours

Available Sizes

Available in S to XL – Vests can be tailor-made to your measurements.

Main Features of Covert Body Armor


What is the difference between covert and overt body armor?

Covert body armor is designed to be worn discreetly under clothing, offering maximum concealment without compromising on protection. In contrast, overt body armor is easily identifiable as protective gear due to its bulkier structure and external carriers. It can serve as a visible deterrent against potential threats.


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