.Why is a Sticky Holster the Best Concealed Carry Holster?
Our original holsters are IWB (In the waist band) holsters for concealed carry. The smaller sizes also work well for in the pocket use. The construction of the holster uses the pressure from your clothing waistband to secure both the holster and the gun. They don’t come with clips or loops to secure it in place, as the outer “sticky” skin adheres to your waistband, undergarments and/or your skin. Since our inception, we have developed these holsters into a modular system, where you can use it IWB, in the pocket, on your ankle using our ankle rig and for police officers, on their tactical/armored vest, using our B.U.G. Pad.
How do Concealment Holsters work?
The outside skin is a super non-slip material that, with a little pressure, adheres to just about anything. That outer material combined with the inner closed-cell foam and the inner-liner keep your pistol and the holster securely in place. In the pocket, it works like any other pocket holster. However, when you pull the gun, the outer layer grabs the inside of your pocket. Our modular products use the same “Sticky” material against itself to hold the concealment holster and gun in place. In addition, with use and body heat, your Sticky Holster will conform to your particular gun, making a custom fit.
How does the Anklebiter Ankle Holster work
The Anklebiter Leg rig ankle holster is one of our newest additions to our concealed holster line that gives you yet another modular option for wearing your Sticky holster. The Anklebiter is a wrap that has our “sticky” material to adhere to your leg. It was designed to work best with our IWB/pocket holsters, but it will also work with many other manufacturers’ concealed holsters. As with our standard concealment holsters, it does require some compression to adhere it to the leg.