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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Stab Resistant Clothing Brand SPARTAN Launches SKN® Line

SPARTAN is a clothing brand on a mission. Handmade in England and developed to mitigate the risk in a knife attack, SPARTAN is attempting to save countless lives across the world. Acting as a passive defence for the innocent wearer, they are not for the gangster, criminal or aggressor and reject violence, gangs and criminality but instead are a family of passive innocents who believe in community values.

To wear SPARTAN is to reject street and knife crime, founder Craig Morris relays this point to us, “We want to help society and communities grow beyond beef and conflict, instead we try to protect the innocent through passive knife resistant fashion garments.”

Working with campaigns such as #younglivesmatter, #nomoreuk and #birminghamsaysno, SPARTAN are building a team of leaders, ambassadors and motivators to share their values and mission. Ambassadors include influential figures such as professional boxer Mac Pemhiwa and the sponsorship of award-winning record label Trevieno Music.

SPARTAN are happy to announce their SPARTAN SKN® line which is a protective fabric, woven in an entirely different way to traditional methods, using a 3D, multi-directional form, and a material and polymer mix that is stronger than steel (at a molecular level). Shop the new line now here.

To become an ambassador for the brand, and find out more, check out their website spartan-clothing.co.uk and be sure to follow them on Instagram & like on Facebook

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