When you carry concealed, the whole point is that your pistol remains hidden. For this reason, many opt for an IWB (inside the waistband) holster. However, Tulster has an OWB holster option that keeps your pistol concealed and comfortable—the Contour. As a result, you can carry comfortable in the knowledge that your secret will remain your secret.
The Tulster Contour OWB Holster
Utilizing heavy-duty Kydex, the Contour features asymmetrical wings “molded-in” to the shell. As a result, the holster angles the firearm’s grip towards the body and eliminates visible printing. The wings function similar to a wing or claw but do not require extra hardware or installation.
The holster’s design and contouring provide the concealability of an IWB holster with the comfort of an OWB holster. Likewise, the belt loops will fit any belt from 1.5 to 2 inches and are adjustable for ride height and cant. It is currently available in both right- and left-handed options.
The innovative R.A.S. (Retention Adjustment Slot) provides maximum retention that doesn’t need constant re-tightening. With the R.A.S., the retention tag can be fully tightened and adjusted on the fly. In addition, like all other Tulster holsters, the Contour features a trigger-guard-based retention system with an audible click.
Additionally, the Contour is optic ready and features a raised sight channel for aftermarket sights. Similarly, the open-ended muzzle allows for threaded barrels to pass through. Ensuring sturdy construction, the Contour features custom, ultra-secure stainless-steel hardware, including self-locking screws.
The Contour is available for 12 firearm models, including popular micro-compacts like the Glock 43X MOS, the Sig Sauer P365 and P365XL, the Springfield Hellcat, and the Shield Plus. Since it is OWB, it also accommodates some larger firearms, like the Glock 19, Glock 17, the M&P 2.0 4/4.25”, and the P320 X-Full.
It is available in black, black carbon fiber, and the new Black Multicam.
The Tulster Contour OWB Holster is available now, with an MSRP of $79.99. For more info, please visit Tulster.com.
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