CrossBreed Ankle Holster

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posted on October 22, 2012
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10/22/2012

CrossBreed Holsters has expanded its line of alternate carry methods by introducing an Ankle Rig holster. Built in the U.S., the CrossBreed Holster Ankle Rig provides deep concealment for small guns.

It features a padded ankle section for comfort and a thumb break for retention during activity. It’s designed to prevent the holster from slipping down and riding on top of the anklebone. The Crossbreed Ankle Rig fits small to medium semi-auto pistols, such as the Kahr K, Ruger LC9 and the Springfield XDS, and retails for $49.50.

Contact: CrossBreed Holsters; www.crossbreedholsters.

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