New Safariland Exclusive Kryptek Highlander Holster Pattern Available

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The 6000 series of retention holsters from Safariland is usually the go-to holster for those looking for a solid outside-the-waistband holster that’s not for concealed carry. The 6000 series has tons of variations for specific handgun, light, and optic combinations, but also has a pretty wide variety of standard and exclusive camo patterns available. Safariland just announced the latest addition to the lineup, the new Kryptek Highlander camo pattern for the 3654RDS, 6304RDS, and 6354RDSO ALS holsters.

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New Safariland Exclusive Kryptek Highlander Holster Pattern Available

Jacksonville, Florida Safariland®, a brand of The Safariland Group®, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional, and outdoor markets and one of Cadre Holdings, Inc.’s (NYSE: CDRE) (“Cadre”) key brands has announced the release of a limited edition holster lineup featuring the Kryptekâ Highlander pattern. The new holsters, available in the 6354RDS, 6304RDS, and 6354RDSO models, are designed to provide peak protection and performance for both hunting and tactical operations.

Kryptek Highlander uses multi-directional configurations and colors that blend seamlessly into both urban and natural backdrops. For outdoor enthusiasts seeking a top-tier holster capable of effortlessly adapting to any environment, the limited edition Kryptek Highlander pattern is an essential choice in the field.

“Most of the camoflauge patterns Safariland uses for holster wraps have deep military roots,” said Eric Gasvoda, GM of Duty Gear for Safariland. “Kryptek Highlander, combined with premium 6000 series holsters, creates a bridge that will prove optimal for both hunting and tactical operations.”

Safariland’s 6354RDS, 6304RDS, and 6354RDSO holsters include the Automatic Locking System (ALS®) to secure the firearm. They are red dot sight compatible, with the 6304RDS also employing the proven self-locking system (SLS) pivoting hood. The RDSO series utilizes an open pocket design that protects the optic without the use of a flip-up dust cover.

Each of these holsters is available now at a starting price of around $234 from the Safariland website. If you’re familiar with Safariland holsters, you’ll know that you’ll likely pick up a few accessories here and there but all of those can be added directly from the Safariland website. For more information on each of the new Kryptek Highlander pattern ALS holsters and other online Safariland Exlusiives you can visit this link here.

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