Preview: 1791 Gunleather Ultra Custom Belt Holster

posted on February 21, 2021
Following the success of its Ultra Custom Concealment Holster, 1791 Gunleather announced the expansion of its Ultra Custom lineup with an all-new belt holster. This new Ultra Custom Belt Holster is an outside-the-waistband design that incorporates the company's Memory-Lok technology.

This OWB Ultra Custom will change things forever in the gun holster industry once again,” says Alex Toussieh, COO of 1791 Gunleather.

The Memory-Lok technology incorporated into the Ultra Custom Belt Holster is designed to provide a friction-retention fit similar to that offered by all-Kydex designs while remaining as comfortable as all-leather designs. The system works through a user-friendly process that allows you to mold your carry gun to the holster in three simple steps. To start with, the holster can be ordered to fit the general profile of a number popular carry guns, and you can do the final fitting on your own. Specific models from Kimber, Ruger, SIG Sauer and Colt are available, among others.

Each 1791 Gunleather Ultra Custom Belt Holster features a heightened sweat guard that protects your CCW pistol from sweat and body oils, ensuring your gun stays clean and ready for use. The holster is crafted from American-sourced premium leather tied together with reinforced stitching that ensures durability and reliability for everyday carry.

The 1791 Gunleather Ultra Custom Belt Holster is available for right-hand carry only, and the suggested retail price is $99.99. For more information, visit



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