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Intelligent Armour Limited White Design Eric Dolphy And His Instrument shirt Has been around since 2019 and is a supplier and manufacturer of military and tactical equipment and is very successful being one of the only firms to manufacture all its own products in the UK when others look to the Far East. Intelligent Armour CEO Alex Bomberg said “the idea of Social Hand Grenade came to us when we were approached about providing some and polo for one of our existing clients. We did not want to go down the route of putting in loads of effort to promote someone else’s brand of clothing, so we took the plunge and hence Social Hand Grenade was born.” Social Hand Grenade clothing is very, British with a slant towards the military, what with the links to Intelligent Armour client base this is of course understandable.
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