Product Preview: Wright Leather Works Outsider Paddle Holster

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posted on November 14, 2018
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Offering premium leather construction paired with the easy on/off portability afforded by its paddle mount, the Outsider from Wright Leather Works is a practical outside-the-waistband holster that can be custom-made for hundreds of firearms. The Outsider, like all of Wright’s holsters, is made from vegetable-tanned American full-grain steer hide—in black, coffee, mahogany, saddle tan or walnut—and uses G-Code’s large paddle for belt attachment, allowing it to be configured for straight-drop, 20-degree-forward or 20-degree-rearward cant. Price: $108. wrightleatherworks.com

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