CrossBreed Holsters continues its tradition of excellence with the Rogue, the company's first all-Kydex IWB holster. The holster is available solo or with a detachable Kydex magazine carrier, leading “Guns & Ammo” to name the innovative product 2022's Holster of the Year.
 

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The holster and mag carrier are adjustable for retention and cant, so your gun will stay secure while you get the perfect draw angle. A curved design allows the holster to slightly wrap around your body, says CrossBreed, making it less noticeable in your waistband – even with the mag holder attached.

Both holster and mag holder have an attached concealment claw and feature adjustable clip-mounting locations for higher or lower carry positions. The Rogue is ideal for appendix carry but can be customized from CrossBreed’s multiple clip options to be worn strong-side, appendix, or even cross-draw using the available OWB loops. 
 

CrossBreed Holsters Rogue System IWB Kydex holster
The Rogue is adjustable to fit a wide range of body types and carry preferences. (Photo: CrossBreed Holsters)


As “Guns & Ammo” noted, while the Rogue marks a departure from CrossBreed’s traditional materials, the company’s core values are evident in the design:

“Concealed carry is a lifestyle that requires flexibility. The more you live with a handgun on your waist, the more you realize you need to consider how to carry a spare magazine and how to position it for comfort. The Rogue System addresses both.”

Buyers have the option of right- or left-hand draw, and the Rogue is customizable right on the CrossBreed website. There are a variety of Kydex and hardware color choices, as well as different sizes and styles of clips and loops available to add. Kydex flavors include Tropical, Terrain Grey, Tattoo, Camo, Old Glory, and Sprinkles.
 

The Rogue is available with or without – as shown above – the detachable matching Kydex magazine carrier. (Photo: CrossBreed Holsters)


Both can be customized to fit pistols with a light and/or laser sights. Most recently, the Rogue and Rogue System were updated to accept the Streamlight TLR-7 Sub for the most popular subcompact handguns on the market, including those from Glock, Smith & Wesson, and Springfield Armory. 

CrossBreed builds the Rogue to fit a slew of popular handguns, with the shortlist including Glock 19, Sig P365, Glock 17, 1911, Smith and Wesson M&P Shield, Glock 48, Glock 43, Hellcat, and Hellcat Pro models.

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