CrossBreed Modular Belly Band

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posted on March 27, 2013
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3/27/2013

CrossBreed Holsters partnered with Rob Pincus, I.C.E. Firearms Training Services, to design and introduce its Modular Belly Band System.

"This is the first system to combine the convenience and comfort of the standard belly band, with the consistency and efficient presentation of a Kydex holster," said Pincus.

The CrossBreed Belly Band features an elastic band with a Kydex holster for placement versatility, with additional Velcro for even more attachment options. Other features include two magazine pouches and a handcuff pouch.

The CrossBreed Modular Belly Band is available in two sizes: regular fits up to 34-inch waists, while the large fits up to 52-inch waists.

As with all of CrossBreed products, the modular belly band system qualifies for the "Two Week, Try it Free Guarantee" and full lifetime warranty.

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