1791 Gunleather releases Project Stealth holster series

Project Stealth uses a mixture of carbon fiber and steerhide for an outside-the-box approach to concealment. (Photo: 1791 Gunleather)

1791 Gunleather pairs leather with carbon fiber in a new holster series known as Project Stealth, uses CX6 carbon fiber mixed with heavy native steerhide to bring comfort and durability to the holster series.

The company said the holster molds to the wearer’s body and is lightweight in design. The carbon fiber brings strength and abrasion resistance without stretching, snagging, splitting or breaking.

Boasting an outside-the-waistband style, Project Stealth holsters feature an open top with multi-fit belt measurements. 1791 Gunleather said the Project Stealth holster lineup is the only flexible carbon fiber and steerhide holster currently on the market.

The Project Stealth holsters series is an OWB system with multiple belt sizes. (Photo: 1791 Gunleather)

“Project Stealth is like no holster you’ve seen before in terms of it’s contemporary, elegant look and exceptional, high-tech performance,” said 1791 Gunleather CEO Ramiro M. Romani in a news release. “The Project Stealth series of holsters boast the broken-in feel of leather combined with the strength and durability of flexible carbon fiber. Your sidearm is surrounded by premium leather on the inside, and further protected by durable carbon fiber on the outside.”

The company said Project Stealth will not likely be the last holster series to make use of the stylistic design. 1791 Gunelather said consumers can expect to see the sophisticated look appear in future products.

“Project Stealth represents the perfect marriage between classic and tactical, and will undoubtedly lead the way for many more provocative 1791 Gunleather products in the future,” Romani commented.

The Project Stealth series offers five styles in total with prices starting at $99.

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