Although this suit was virtually indestructible, it was also very inflexible and cumbersome making it nearly impossible to use in any practical application. The Trojan however, is designed to be used by soldiers in nearly any situation: drive vehicles, run full tilt, climb stairs and even perform dive roll maneuvers. The suit, which is inspired by Robocop, Batman, Star Wars and Halo, is designed to give "90% flexibility and 95% body coverage", and weighs only 30 pounds but is capable of stopping bullets from high powered guns, such as an elephant gun. Hurtubuise wore the suit himself for a 4 hour car ride to show how comfortable it is, and said that "even sitting on his armoured butt cheeks, he said he was fine."
The Trojan is not only just a suit of armour, it is a fully functioning "battle suit", equipped with many unique features. The solar powered ventilated helmet features led lights, a drinking tube to a back-mounted canteen and a laser pointer which can help point out targets, such as snipers. Attached to the arm is a device that will spread a highly-potent bear spray capable of knocking down 40 men. Various compartments in the suit hide a knife, emergency light, morphine, salt, tracking device and whatever is needed by the soldier. The suit even features a clock, conveniently located in the soldiers groin. A battle shield accompanies the suit, providing even more protection to the wearer. A preliminary release is being sold on eBay for a price upwards of $15,000 but Hurtubise says a mass produced suit could drop to as little as $2,000.