High Threat Concealment adds Spektre to IWB holster lineup

The Spektre is available for a variety of handgun models to include Smith & Wesson. (Photo: High Threat Concealment)

The Spektre is available for a variety of handgun models to include Smith & Wesson. (Photo: High Threat Concealment)

High Threat Concealment expands its series of pistol holsters, offering the new Spektre inside-the-waistband for gun owners looking for comfortable concealment for duty-sized handguns.

Specifically molded to the individual handgun, the Spektre boasts three attachment systems allowing the holster to be worn strong-side IWB or in the appendix IWB position in a variety of cants, or angles The holster is outfitted with a custom tensioner that precisely adds or removes pressure from the rig’s capture feature, giving shooters a customized carrying experience.

All holsters have an open bottom, offering the ability to use after-market and threaded barrels. In addition, the rig will accommodate most popular pistol-mounted red dot optics on double-stack pistols.

“Over the years, we have noticed that many people end up doing the bulk of their training with a mid-to (sic) full-size handgun, and then transition to a smaller pistol for their everyday concealed carry. We believe in training as you fight and wanted to enable our customers to truly fight as they train,” Adam Garrison, chief operations officer and co-founder of High Threat Concealment, said in a statement. “With the Spektre, your duty-sized handguns can now go with you seamlessly from the range to everyday carry.”

Spektre holsters are currently available for a selection of the industry’s most popular semi-automatics with plans for more model offerings in the future. The Spektre starts at $70.