Product Review

This is a great OWB Holster

Product: The Belt Aholster

Price: $84.97

Durability: High

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My Overall Rating: 9.0

Quick Product Overview:

If you like the conceal-ability of an inside the waistband (IWB) with the comfort of an outside traditional holster, you will like the Belt Aholster. Molded (bent) to conform to the curve of your hip and waist when worn in the 4 or 8 o’clock position. This helps to reduce printing and keeps the firearm and its grip tucked tight against the body. The weight of the firearm is carried evenly across your belt, unlike many traditional single point carry holsters, using 2 rubber adjustable straps (1.25″ to 1.75″.) The straps simply wrap around the holster and your belt and are snapped with the Pull-the-Dot (directional) safely snaps used on most military and police issued equipment. 

Specifications Of This Product:

  • Right or Left handed.
  • 15% Rake.
  • Adjustable belt loops 1.25″ to 1.75″.
  • Adjustable retention.
  • Sweat guard.
  • Open bottom design.
  • Mag release is accessible while the firearm is holstered.
  • Molded to conform to the curve of your hip to reduce printing and keep the firearm tucked tight against your body. (Excellent for concealed carry.)

What I Like About This Product:

I have three of these holsters, one for my Glock 20, one for my Glock 30, and one for my Springfield Armory 1911 Ronin. With that being said you can see I really like them.

This holster is extremely comfortable and very concealable for an OWB holster.  It really hugs my side so it pulls your handgun in tight. It holds my handguns very securely and stays in one place on my belt. My usual cover garment is an untucked long-sleeved shirt and that works fine. It does not “print” much at all. 

What I Would Change About This Product:

I have no changes to add to this product, it is great the way it is.

Final Remarks:

My usual holster is an IWB holster because I feel they conceal the best. But there are times when I do not want to wear an IWB holster and this is my “go-to” holster when that happens. The only thing is you need to wear a cover garment when wearing an OWB holster.

I usually wear these in the Fall or Winter when wearing a cover garment is normal and does not stand out. But this is the only OWB holster I own and the only one I wear and I highly recommend these holsters.  So if you are looking for an OWB holster, you need to give these a try, you will not be sorry.  

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