Preview: CrossBreed Chest Rig

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posted on January 14, 2021
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For outdoor adventures where concealment isn’t a priority and carrying along the waistline would be impractical, the Chest Rig from CrossBreed is comfortable and easy to access.

The hybrid chest holster pairs a hand-fit, model-specific Kydex pocket with a leather backer made of either premium cow or horsehide. The leather backer is smooth and firm next to the firearm, but a cushioned suede side contacts the user, and all three straps are adjustable—so the holster should be compatible with most body sizes.

Versions are available for more than 100 popular semi-automatics and revolvers. The suggested retail price on the holster $150. For more information, visit crossbreedholsters.com.

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