Crossbreed Holsters offers 15-percent off SuperTuck holsters

03/28/18 8:30 AM | by

The SuperTuck is 15-percent off its regular price and includes a free upgrade to horsehide. (Photo: Crossbreed Holsters)

Crossbreed Holsters fans looking to nab a new SuperTuck holster can do so at a discounted rate now through Sunday.

The sale — which encompasses the SuperTuck IWB, Designer Series SuperTuck IWB and Founder’s Series SuperTuck — knocks 15-percent off standard MSRP and includes a free horsehide upgrade.

The SuperTuck holster features a molded, Kydex firearm shell Crossbreed says is hand-molded to ensure a proper fit. This shell is mounted on a premium leather backing with molded and mounted Kydex pocket. Designed to be carried with or without shirts tucked in, Crossbreed aims to bridge the gap between safety and comfort.

The Founder’s Series is one of three models of SuperTuck IWB’s on sale. (Photo: Crossbreed Holsters)

The standard SuperTuck offers a few customization options for concealed carriers such as leather color, but ultimately adopts a no muss, no fuss attitude. The Designer model ups the ante with the choice of Kydex color, giving gun owners the choice of Flat Dark Earth, Sniper Grey or Tiffany Blue. The Founder’s series was created to commemorate the legacy of Crossbreed founder Mark Craighead and features vegetable tanned leather with a custom logo.

The series falls under Crossbreed’s “Two Week, Try It Guarantee” and lifetime warranty which Crossbreed says gives consumers time to test out the rig.

“Once you receive your holster you have two weeks to try it out. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied simply return it and we will refund the purchase price of the holster. Shipping charges are not refunded. If the holster should ever fail under normal use, we will repair or replace it as long as you own it,” the company said in a statement.

The SuperTuck IWB retails for $69, while the Designer series comes in at $74 and the Founder Series is priced at $89. The sale runs through Sunday, April 1.

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