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Preventing Athletic Injuries : Knee, Ankle and Concussions

New York/ July 3rd, 2014 - Soft Armor Technologies, LLC (SAT) has announced the filing of a patent on April 10, 2014 covering a sports related line of products they are developing that will prevent many devastating injuries to athletes. Injuries to knees and ankles, as well as concussions will be prevented by athletes wearing SAT’s Soft Armor products which harden instantaneously when an athlete’s knees and ankles are forced into a position where an injury is about to occur. SAT’s soft armor will, in many cases, also prevent an athlete’s head from suffering a whip lash effect which is one of the most common causes of concussions.

Allan Sanford, Managing Partner and head of product development at SAT has worked closely for the past 2 ½ years with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, (RPI), Troy, New York, to develop their line of products. “We have uniquely incorporated proven science into our products in the field of Electrically Activated Polymers (EAP’s), which are miracle liquid plastics that harden in milliseconds when a small electric charge is sent through the material. The material returns to its soft state instantly so an athlete can continue playing. This instant hardening effect ‘locks joints' in place, which is what keeps the athlete from suffering an injury,” said Sanford.

Soft Armor Technologies is now ready for a second round of investment funding which will allow them to build on RPI’s groundbreaking R&D work and to bring their products to the marketplace. SAT will be offering investors either an equity position in their company or an exclusive licensing agreement.

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Interested parties may contact Allan Sanford at :

Soft Armor Technologies, LLC.

PO Box 801

Goshen, New York 10924

Ph: 845 888 2765

Cell: 845 665 1390

allan.sanford@gmail.com