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First Look: Galco Triton 2.0 Holster & EDC Belt

First Look: Galco Triton 2.0 Holster & EDC Belt

Keeping all your everyday carry gear handy throughout the day takes foresight and planning. You want to have the items you need to smooth out the bumps in your daily life and protect yourself from the threat of lethal force. An everyday carry setup, however, isn’t just a holster, it’s a system. Galco has always been an advocate for the integration of holster, ammo carrier and holster belt as the best method for comfortable and effective concealed carry. To that end, Galco offers a systems approach in both leather and Kydex.

The Triton 2.0 holster is fast on the draw, slender in profile, and easy to conceal. The Kydex holster body of the Triton allows for a smooth return to the holster after the draw, while the raised sweat guard protects the pistol from corrosive perspiration and also protects the wearer’s skin from hard steel. The Triton 2.0’s tuckable belt clips are adjustable for cant, which makes it suitable for the strongside, crossdraw, or appendix carry positions.

If you believe that at least one reload should always be available on your person, the Galco Kydex Single Magazine Carrier comes with both a belt slot and a quick on-off belt clip, which can be interchanged at the user’s discretion. An adjustable tension unit provides security for the magazine.

The Galco EDC Belt is a modern take on the traditional Ranger-style belt and features adjustable billet strap and a quick-release “cobra” style buckle. The belt is constructed of scuba webbing with a hook-and-loop billet strap that gives it a wide latitude for adjustment in order to accommodate waist variations or handguns carried inside the waistband. The EDC Belt is rigid and extremely stable and is an excellent choice for both training and everyday wear with the heaviest of handguns and accessories.

For more information on these products and other items in Galco’s EDC gear lineup, please visit galcogunleather.com

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