Can Can Concealment brings new Hip Hugger Elite to SHOT Show

01/24/19 9:00 AM | by

The Hip Hugger Elite now comes with more features but on the same hip hugger platform. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

Can Can Concealment expands its line of belly band style hip hugger holsters, offering the new Hip Hugger Elite to ladies looking to concealed carry.

Designed to slip underneath clothes, the Hip Hugger Elite carries on the tradition of the Hip Hugger line but with a few upgraded features. The holster delivers a 5-inch high military-grade elastic design which holds guns securely in place while carrying. The holster also opts for a zipper pocket, giving users a means to safely stow other valuables on the go. Rounding out the new features is a key FOB.

The Hip Hugger Elite continues to bring its metal hook and eye closure for convenient sizing as well as holstering tabs for easier re-holstering. Sewn into each Can Can Concealment holster is rare earth magnets which provide gun retention while sitting and bending alongside the holster’s elastic.

A zippered pocket and key FOB offer more options for carrying every day items. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

The holster can sport up to two compact semi-auto pistols or revolvers as well as magazines. The Can Can Hip Hugger Elite was created for right-handed users in either a kidney carry position or AIWB, though the company said left-handed models can be provided upon request.

“The left-hand side now has zipper pockets, knife or cellphone pocket depending on the size of the holster, velcro pocket in the rear and a key FOB. So, while you’re running, you can keep everything together. It’s a lot more versatile.”

The Hip Hugger Elite from Can Can Concealment is available in sizes S to XL with a price tag of $79.

The holster still features a reholstering tab as well as rare earth magnets that help keep the product in place. (Photo: Jacki Billings/Guns.com)

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