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IWB Concealed Carry Holsters

IWB Concealed Carry Holsters are the most popular and can be by far the most comfortable concealment holsters available. There are many types of inside the waistband concealed carry holsters on the market today made from various materials. Literally you can choose from thousands of gun holster manufacturers with thousands of different weapon holster designs made from all sorts of materials such as leather, nylon, cordura, plastic, kydex, abs and many hybrid or multiple materials as well.

The choice is also yours of whether or not to purchase a holster that gives you the option of tucking in your shirt for further concealment of your handgun. Crossbreed Holster Co. pioneered the "hybrid" tuckable holster with there flagship product called the Crossbreed Supertuck Holster. The super tuck holster was made famous for its leather and kydex combination construction. The crossbreed holster also featured belt clips that allowed the user to tuck their shirt in around the gun while still attached to the gun belt.

The FusionPac IWB Concealed Carry Holster was created to address some of the short comings present in the concealed carry holster market today. Specifically the FusionPac addresses the need for a greater comfort, a lighter carry weight, greater concealablility and effortless tucking of the shirt to conceal your weapon. Please see an in depth comparison of the SuperTuck IWB and the FusionPac IWB Concealed Carry Holsters in the video below.

The FusionPac IWB Concealed Carry Holster has revolutionized the IWB position for concealed carry. No longer do you need to compromise comfort for all day carry of your pistol. You can now dress in the clothing of your choice while still being able to effectively conceal your weapoon. The FusionPac is currently being used by Law Enforcement Officers around the world to include C.I.A., Homeland Security, Air Marshals, D.E.A., Military & Special Operations, Private Security, Sheriff's, Investigators and many more professionals who have the need to covertly and comfortably conceal their service weapon.

 

 

 

 

 

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