Can Can Concealment brings more color, sizes to customers

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Can Can Concealement founder Darlene Cary shows Guns.com the Corset Holster, now in tan. (Photo by: Jacki Billings)

Can Can Concealment revealed a new color and updated sizes to its line of fashion forward corset holsters for women at the NRA Show in Louisville this past weekend. The corset line now features a tan color while sizing has expanded to fit 3 XL.

The Corset model’s micro, classic and shebang variations accommodate any size firearm in the kidney position. Aside from giving women the means to neatly carry concealed, the corset also has the added benefit of slimming the waistline.

Can Can’s founder and chief executive officer, Darlene Cary, said customers have been asking for a nude colored corset in larger sizes and the company was happy to accommodate. “Women come in all shapes and sizes and we want all our customers to feel safe, sexy and beautiful,” she said.

Can Can Concealment is a popular choice for concealed carry advocates who don’t or can’t wear belted holster options. The company makes three styles of holsters— the Hip Hugger, Sport Belt, Garter and Corset. Available in sizes x-small up to 3 XL, the holsters are U.S. made by a handful of employees at Can Can’s new facility in Florida.

Can Can Concealment birth came after Cary attended a 40 hour firearms training course and saw the limited holsters options available to women. A master seamstress, trained from the age of 14, Cary realized she could help other women by developing and designing her own line of concealment holsters for women.

“We believe what’s most important in our holster, is the woman who’s wearing it,” Cary says on her site.

Can Can’s corset models start at $96 and can be purchased through their website.