Versacarry announces new Decree holster series

10/12/18 10:00 AM | by

The Decree Series comes in various models to include a Scroll version, pictured above. (Photo: Versacarry)

Versacarry unveils the Decree Series — a new line of leather, outside-the-waistband holsters made from premium water buffalo hide.

The Decree Series features a double-layer design paired with a raised backing to offer protection as well as a comfortable ride. The holster boasts reinforced triple layering around the belt loops in order to provide a solid foundation when carrying. The Decree is also constructed with an inlay that acts as reenforcement, preventing the holster from collapsing.

The Decree Series features a reinforced belt loops. (Photo: Versacarry)

The series sports three models — Standard Carbon Fiber Inlay, Standard Metal Inlay and Scroll. All models are available in either left or right handed configuration with a distressed brown leather and black leather overlay aesthetic. The series offers sizing for most popular handguns.

“Versacarry is proud to introduce it finest leather holster line yet, the Decree Series,” Versacarry said in a statement. “Every holster’s hide is hand selected from premium Water Buffalo with care and consideration and meticulously crafted with its signature design lending to its sheer beauty and functionality which is unrivaled by any other holster in the industry.”

The Decree Series is available now through Versacarry and is priced at $89.99.

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