Blackhawk Unveils Basketweave Holsters to T-Series Duty Series

05/18/20 5:00 AM | by

L3D Holster

(Photo: Blackhawk)

L3D Holster

The holsters come in a new basketweave finish. (Photo: Blackhawk)

Blackhawk announced new additions to its T-Series lineup, introducing two Level 3 Duty holsters available in light-bearing and non-light bearing Glock pistols.

The holsters come in a new basketweave finish — a style Blackhawk says better serves “the needs of on-duty law enforcement officers.”

“The basketweave design is a staple finish in the law enforcement community as the pattern is quite common on active duty holsters and belts. The black leather design offers an enhanced look and feel, increasing the command presence of on-duty officers,” the company said in a press release. “The L3D holster was designed to match frequently used belts, pouches and other accessories and continues Blackhawk’s long-standing legacy of duty-rated holsters.”

L3D Holster

The duty holster is made to offer a natural grip on the gun. (Photo: Blackhawk)

The dual-injection molded holsters follow Blackhawk’s T-Series design offering glass-reinforced nylon paired with a soft-touch inner layer that is both sound dampening and slick. The design is both durable and low-friction to allow for a smooth draw.

All T-Series models are duty-rated and compatible with Glock models 17, 19, 22, 23, 31, 32, 45, and 47. The Basketweave models start at $149.

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