Building on the success of their previous lineup of concealable holsters, the new Galco Concealable 2.0 holster is a modernized version of its predecessor designed for modern handguns. The new holsters still feature premium steer hide leather but now incorporate accommodations for red dots sights and butt-forward cant positions of carrying to adapt for modern concealed carriers.
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Galco Holsters Introduces the NEW Concealable 2.0 Holster
The Concealable 2.0 holster will be available in a wide variety of pistol compatibility including popular handgun options from SIG Sauer, AMT, Colt, Glock, Kimber, Para USA, Remington, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, and Taurus. The holster will also be available in either black or tan leather coloring and is capable of fitting onto belts up to 1.5-inches wide. If you’re looking to pick one of these up, you can expect to pay about $156.00 for one.
The Concealable 2.0’s unique two-piece construction is contoured on the body side to the natural curve of the hip, keeping all the molding on the front of the holster, allowing for significantly more comfortable carry and a narrower profile than an ordinary pancake type holster. (For an expanded discussion on forward molding versus the traditional pancake design, please see our FAQ.)
Hand-molded to fit specific handguns, the Concealable 2.0 features a deeply hand-molded exterior for excellent retention properties and superior appearance, firing grip accessibility for speed, and double-stitched seams for long-lasting durability.
Constructed of premium steerhide in black or tan, it’s made to fit belts up to 1 1/2″.
I’d like to hear your thoughts on this new modernized leather holster option from Galco Holsters. Is the $156.00 price tag too much to ask for a premium steer hide holster that can field modern optics-ready pistols or do you prefer concealed carry holsters made from more modern materials like Kydex? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments!
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