Product Preview: Crossbreed Designer Series SuperTuck Holster

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posted on December 26, 2018
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Time-tested and consumer-approved, the SuperTuck inside-the-waistband holster is the flagship of the Crossbreed Holsters catalog. Featuring a leather backer, adjustable powder-coated steel belt clips and a hand-molded Kydex pocket, the Designer Series SuperTuck allows for additional customization by featuring some exclusive color combinations. Beyond the two traditional shades of leather—Black Cowhide and Tan Horsehide—the Designer Series holsters can be ordered with Flat Dark Earth (FDE), Sniper Grey or Tiffany Blue Kydex. Holsters are available for virtually all popular, modern pistols, in right- or left-hand configurations. Crossbreed’s Combat Cut, J-Hooks and V-Clips can be added for additional cost. Price: $75.Contact: Crossbreed Holsters; (888) 732-5011; crossbreedholsters.com. 

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