New Fobus Polymer Inside the Waistband Holsters

    Israeli company Fobus launched their two new-for-2015 inside the waistband holsters. The injected polymer systems are designed to fit a wide range of firearms, belts, and body-types, and are built to be multi-firearm friendly. The idea is that a user can change which gun they’re carrying without changing the holster.

    There are two models, the IWBL and the IWBS. The IWBS is built for concealed carry single-stack pistols, and is compatbile with Glock 42, Ruger LCP & LC9, Sig 938, Kel-Tec P32, Colt Mustang, Beretta Nano, Kimber Solo and others.


    The IWBL is the larger model, built to retain full size defensive pistols like Glocks, Cz family firearms, Beretta PX4, H&K USP, S&W M&P, Sig 226, Springfield XD, Walther PPQ and similarly profiled double stack pistols.


    The retention system uses tension formed between the belt and the body to hold against the neoprene backing locks the gun in place. This flexible inner lining is designed to hold the firearm firm while curving to fit the profile of the body. The outer polymer shell does not collapse after the gun is drawn, to make reholstering easy.

    Because of the way this retention system works, the holster will not hold a firearm securely if it is not being worn. You’re supposed to put the holster on properly, then holster your pistol, not the other way around.

    Both the full-size and compact-frame models are $39.99 and available from


    Edward O

    Edward is a Canadian gun owner and target shooter with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism. Crawling over mountains with tactical gear is his idea of fun. He blogs at TV-Presspass and tweets @TV_PressPass.