Alien Gear Holsters has officially launched their newest holster – the aptly named Roswell OWB and IWB/Appendix Carry holsters. The Roswell has been carefully designed with a minimalist approach to peak performance and according to Alien Gear is both lighter and stronger than other standard Kydex holsters currently available on the market.
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New Roswell Appendix Carry and OWB Holsters from Alien Gear
“We at Alien Gear are always innovating,” Shawn Hostetter, CEO of Alien Gear Holsters, commented. “And we listen to our customer base. With a growing number of citizens carrying all day, whether on the job or for personal protection, holsters need to become even more concealed without sacrificing comfort, access, safety, and affordability. Our new Roswell line incorporates all of that and more. These appendix-carry holsters are super light and thin, yet very strong. You get all the security, comfort, and performance you’ve come to know with Alien Gear Holsters in our new Roswell line, designed especially for those that like to carry appendix-style.”The Roswell AIWB and OWB holsters are designed to be better than traditional Kydex “full-wrap” holsters in every way. Each Roswell holster is made from a proprietary injection-molded polymer that is 20 percent lighter, 40 percent tougher, and 80 percent more heat resistant than other molded holsters, and guaranteed to be the most concealable, better than Kydex holster you’ve ever worn. The included claw and wedge kit ensures the Roswell AIWB stays comfortable and close to the body, and the optional MRDS hood protects your optics.
The new holster, like other Alien Gear holsters, will be made in the USA and priced competitively compared to other Kydex holsters on the market. Either version of the Rosewell holster will be sold for $39.88, for left or right-handed shooters, and at the time of writing, they are available in about two dozen different firearms fits. For more information on the new Roswell holster from Alien Gear, you can visit http://aliengearholsters.com/.