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DeSantis Releases Cozy Partner Waistband Holster In Black Leather

June 23, 2010  | 


Photo courtesy of DeSantis.

DeSantis Gunhide has introduced its Cozy Partner inside-the-waistband holster in black leather, according to the company.

The style (#028) features a tension device, as well as precise molding for handgun retention. A memory band retains the holster's shape for easy one-handed re-holstering. The 1 3-4-inch split belt loop is standard.

Some models arrive without the tension device, memory band, or split belt loop. This holster must be worn with a belt. Belt loops are non-adjustable or available in smaller sizes. The memory band, split belt loop, and tension device is available on most models. Some models are not available with these features.

DeSantis Gunhide is a division of Helgen Industries.

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