Springfield Armory’s XD Mod.2 in a CrossBreed SuperTuck Deluxe holster
Springfield Armory’s XD Mod.2 and a CrossBreed SuperTuck Deluxe holster
Continuing their tradition of making a holster available for the customer when a new firearm is released, CrossBreed Holsters — a renowned manufacturer of concealed carry products — has announced new fits for the recently released XD Mod.2 by Springfield Armory.
The Springfield, Missouri-based company currently offers a full line up of handcrafted holsters to accommodate the XD Mod.2, including the patented SuperTuck, which is recognized as one of the most comfortable IWB holsters on the market today.
CrossBreed currently has several holster options as well as magazine carriers to accommodate the Springfield XD Mod.2, including: the QwikClip, SnapSlide, SuperSlide, Ohai, Bedside Backup, Purse Defender and their Modular Holsters with RAM mounting capabilities.
Simply put, Crossbreed has a reputation for high-quality craftsmanship, focus, and customer service, which ensures that the customer will be satisfied with their choice of CrossBreed Holster for their new Springfield XD Mod.2.
Founded in 2005 by the late Mark Craighead, CrossBreed Holsters offers a wide selection of holsters, magazine carriers, modular systems, gun belts, concealed carry packs, and apparel.
“Because of Mark’s great passion for the firearm industry, business and customers, we honor Mark with every holster crafted for you, the customer,” CrossBreed’s website states. “The Craighead family would like to thank you for your support of CrossBreed Holsters. They are committed to promoting that same passion throughout the company as they carry on Mark’s vision providing the highest-quality concealed holster on the market.”
For more information about the new holster options for the Springfield Armory XD Mod.2, and the full range of products currently offered by Crossbreed, please visit http://www.crossbreedholsters.com
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