Specifically Designed for Challenges of Marine Environment
Revision Military recently won a competitive bid process to supply the US Coast Guard (USCG) with a custom helmet system, inspired by the company’s BATLSKIN CAIMAN Bump helmet system. The system is built on a skeletonised, lightweight base, ideal for affixing head-borne equipment and is specifically designed for the turbulence and physical aspects of maritime and mobile manoeuvres experienced by USCG boat crews. The contract stipulates a 12-month base period, with four 12-month option periods.
“Revision’s proven strength is delivering tailored solutions built to the precise and unique demands of its customers,” commented Revision Military’s CEO, Jonathan Blanshay. “We are proud to continue this commitment through our development of the custom solution selected by the US Coast Guard. Revision worked directly with users to tailor this helmet system to the challenges consistently faced by Coast Guard boat crews. This helmet system is particularly notable because it is based on some of the most exciting protective head systems developments Revision has made in in recent years. Leveraging the unique versatility and scalability of our CAIMAN Bump system, and the ultra-comfortable APEX Liner System developed for the CAIMAN suite, Revision is set to deliver a reliable protection solution that meaningfully enhances operational effectiveness for these dynamic users.”
Revision’s CAIMAN Bump helmet consists of a reinforced polymer shell that places a premium on scalability and integration for maritime and mobile operations while providing blunt impact protection that meets US Army standards. The CAIMAN Bump system also features improved ventilation, five-size comfort fit, and comms system-ready geometry.