Tulster adds Glock 43X, 48 models to IWB Profile holster


The IWB Profile holster now fits the G43X and 48 models. (Photo: Tulster)

Tulster brings new IWB Profile holster models to Glock 43X and 48 pistols, opening the door for new Glock owners to concealed carry with Tulster’s design.

The IWB Profile was created with concealability and minimalism in mind. The holster boasts a matte-edge finish paired with material that provides a comfy fit without extra bulk, according to Tulster. The holsters are molded to the Glock 43X and 48 to ensure proper retention that doesn’t slow the draw while the retention itself is adjustable.

The holster features a molded design for better retention. (Photo: Tulster)

The IWB Profile comes with an undercut trigger guard to facilitate a higher grip on the Glock and also permit the magazine release to be manipulated even when the gun is holstered. Featuring adjustable cant settings, the holster can be adjusted from 0 to 15-degrees allowing users to customize to their preferences. The holster tops off its design with either an injection molded belt clip or a soft loop option.

“While our current Glock 43 Profile holster did fit the 43X – the fitment was not perfect. After making some design improvements on our proprietary mold tools, we are excited to announce that the holster for the Glock 43 now fits both the G43 and new G43X,” Tulster said in a news release. “With those small changes completed, the Glock 48 molding tools have also been designed and put into production.”

The IWB Profile Holster retails for $59.

The holster comes in a variety of colors. (Photo: Tulster)

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