Blackhawk launches new leather holsters

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Leather holsters hit Blackhawk’s 2018 holster lineup, offering antique or burnished brown. (Photo: Blackhawk)

In an effort to appease gun owners who want the look and feel of a classic leather holster without the wait time, Blackhawk is rolling out two new leather holsters to Blackhawk dealers nationwide.

Available in antiqued or burnished brown, the holsters look to offer a premium feel but at an affordable and accessible price point. Using premium Italian leather, Blackhawk says it uses only the best hides to introduce a comfortable yet durable leather holster to consumers. Hand formed, the leather holsters boast individuality as no two holster are the same.

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The 3-slot pancake style holster by Blackhawk. (Photo: Blackhawk)

The Blackhawk holsters come in either a 3-slot pancake style or a clip style and matching belts and mag pouches are available for a complete concealed carry leather look.

Originally launched at SHOT Show, the leather holsters are now making their way to dealers allowing consumers to grab a leather rig without the wait normally associated with a custom leather job.

“No longer are you required to wait weeks to receive your custom finished holster, magazine pouch or belt. Now you can visit your local Blackhawk stocking dealer and select a these products that provide a stylish new look to fit your handgun,” Blackhawk said in a press release.

The holsters tout compatibility with an array of gun models to include Colt, Glock, HK, Kimber, Ruger, Sig Sauer, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory.

The holsters feature a MSRP of $99, while belts come in at $69 and mag pouches start at $49.

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