Old & New: CrossBreed Holsters

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posted on May 3, 2013
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CrossBreed Holsters displayed its entire line of products at the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, particularly one old (but wildly popular) and one new design.

The SuperTuck, which has long since become a staple of the holster market, is made from a combination of genuine leather and Kydex. It offers superior comfort and concealment, offers an adjustable ride depth and cant, and has corrosion-resistant fittings. It can be configured for a variety of handgun configurations.

The CrossBreed Belly Band, developed in conjunction with Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Firearms Training Services, 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. It's available in two sizes. The regular fits up to 34-inch waists, while the large fits up to 52-inch waists.

For more information, check out the video below or go to CrossBreedHolsters.com.

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