Galco Gunleather unveils improved Tuck-N-Go IWB holster

05/17/18 6:30 AM | by

(Photo: Galco)

The Galco Tuck-N-Go holster has been revamped and features an reinforced open top design. (Photo: Galco)

Galco Gunleather upgraded its Tuck-N-Go holster, launching a new iteration of the inside-the-waistband design.

Part of Galco’s Carry Lite series of holsters, the Tuck-N-Go utilizes Premium Center Cut Steerhide with an open top design to allow for quick drawing, the company said in a press release. The mouth of the holster is reinforced while the holster itself features improved belt clips that are adjustable for cant. Galco says users can now set up the holster for strongside, crossdraw or appendix carry positions.

The holster features clips that are interchangeable. (Photo: Galco)

An ambidextrous style, the holster comes with two types of interchangeable tuckable clips. The first set is the brand new UniClip which slips over the belt but can also work without a belt, says Galco. The second set of clips is the Ultimate Stealth clip with hook. The Ultimate Stealth Clip fits on the waistband of pants, under or behind the belt with only the clip showing. This low-profile design results in “stealthy concealment.”

The holster ships in black with a moderate price of $38 with a variety of gun models to choose.

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