After the Newtown shooting, requests for bullet-proof products have become quite common.
The first product that came out was bullet-proof backpacks. Now, a Colombian company plans a line of bullet-proof clothing for kids.
The company is already making bullet-proof clothes that are intended for politians in Columbia where there are active drug wars raging. Now the company is working on T-shirts and vests for US schoolkids ages eight to 16.
The owner of the company says he made the decision to make children's clothing after getting tons of email requests from worried parents here in the United States. Prices on his line of bullet proof children's clothing will range from $200 to $400, depending on size.
One company executive says their experience in the field of bullet proof cloting is unquestionable, as they once made a bullet-proof kimono for actor Steven Seagal.