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Blade Tech’s Newest IWB Concealed Carry Holster Options

Blade-Tech, a company out of Pyallup, WA, has been making holsters for nearly two decades. The first Blade Tech holsters were made in founder Tim Wegner’s garage; the most recent ones are the Klipt and Partial Klipt holsters.

The IWB (Inside the Waist Band) Klipt Holster is designed for carrying a small to medium frame semi-auto or J-frame revolver in the wearers choice of cross-draw IWB, strong side straight-pull or strong side appendix-carry fashion. It is manufactured of molded thermal plastic that will not collapse once the weapon is drawn as some leather and nylon styles are wont to do. Designed to be low profile and comfortable, its belt clip will fit all belt styles up to 1 3/4″. Retention is increased by positive retention (though it does not have a thumb break or other retention lock).  It is currently available for right hand draw stroke only, with models for 1911s (Commander and Officer), the Glock 19/23/32, Ruger (LC9, LCP, LC9 with CTL), S&W (S&W Bodyguard, Shield, 642,M&P 9 and M&P 40), Sig Sauer  (P230 and P238) and Springfield XDS .45.

From the look of the drop-down menu set up they intend to be expanding these options soon as well as adding rail, light, cant, color and left-hand option.

The Partial Klipt is a minimalistic version of the Klipt. It too is designed as an IWB appendix carry holster. It too has an Officer and Commander model and the Glock 19/23/32, but it adds one for Glock 26/27/33. Ruger options are LC9 and LC9 with CTL, the S&W .380 Bodyguard and Shield and Sig P230 and P238. No Springfield options as yet on the Partial Klipt.

Blade Techs Newest IWB Concealed Carry Holster Options photo

Blade Techs Newest IWB Concealed Carry Holster Options photo

About the Klipt:

http://youtu.be/CyAnu-anU4E

About the Partial Klipt:

http://youtu.be/HdHd5VW542U