New CrossBreed Ankle Holster for Revolvers

Revolver Ankle Holster

CrossBreed Holsters announced a new ankle holster for compact revolvers. Previously, they offered an ankle holster only for small and medium framed semi-auto pistols.

The new holsters will fit:

  • Ruger SP101 (short barrel only)
  • Ruger LCR (all calibers)
  • Taurus 85, 605, 650 (including the polymer framed versions)
  • S&W Bodyguard 38
  • S&W J-frame revolvers excluding the 3″ Model 60 and Model 60 Pro

As with other ankle holsters, these come with a calf strap that is supposed to help support the rig. Holsters come in both right and left handed models.  The MSRP is $49.95 for all models.

From CrossBreed:

Top-quality holster manufacturer, CrossBreed® Holsters, LLC introduces a new Ankle Holster specifically for the 5 shot J-Frame Revolvers.

Expanding on their line of Ankle Holsters, CrossBreed® Holsters is proud to introduce their new Revolver Ankle Holster. The Revolver Ankle Holster offers a deep concealment option for most 5 shot J-Frame revolvers. With the quality calf support strap, this Ankle Holster won’t ride down and slap your ankle bone. It also features a padded ankle section for greater comfort and a thumb break for secure carry, even in rigorous activity, while still being easy to draw from when needed. As with all of their products, the CrossBreed® Holsters Revolver Ankle Holster comes with their “Two Week Try It Free Guarantee”.
Ankle Holsters by CrossBreed® do not carry the lifetime warranty.

Keeping up with the industry innovation, providing unmatched customer service, and exceeding the customers’ needs are just a few of the reasons CrossBreed® Holsters has become a leader in the concealed carry market today.

The Revolver Ankle Holster by CrossBreed® was designed specifically to fit most 5 shot J-Frame Revolvers.

The handcrafting of a CrossBreed® holster cannot be imitated. With the “soft” side of the leather facing your body, you will find immediate comfort and stability right out of the package. Over time the holster forms to fit to the individual body for a secure fit and unmatched comfort, truly becoming a custom holster for each individual. – See more at: http://www.thetacticalwire.com/story/327995#sthash.mhczsUq1.dpuf



Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is http://www.gunsholstersandgear.com/.


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  • gunslinger

    wasn’t there an article about not using ankle holsters?

    • You bet there was. I don’t advise anyone to use one unless it’s for a third gun. I’m not even sure I could go along with a backup in an ankle holster.
      One thing we have to do is cover everyone’s interest and there are those that use them. That said we need to present new products even if some of us wouldn’t be using them.