First Look: New Handgun Fits for Galco KingTuk Cloud Holster

posted on June 28, 2021

The KingTuk Cloud holster from Galco combines comfortable daily carry with enhanced concealment. Now, the KingTuk is available for even more gun models, as well as more versions for left-handed shooters.

The KingTuk Cloud is already compatible with a wide variety of guns from manufacturers such as Beretta, CZ, FN, Glock and Ruger, and now owners of the SIG Sauer P938 and P226/229 series, Kimber Micro 9 and other compact 1911s as well as guns in the Smith & Wesson M&P lineup can use the comfort and concealability of the KingTuk Cloud with their defensive pistol.

The comfort of the KingTuk Cloud comes from its innovative backing plate, which is composed of a ballistic nylon front over a closed cell foam body. The back portion of the plate which rides against the wearer is lined with Galco’s Comfort Cloth. This is an Adaptive Performance Mesh that provides padding for comfort along with moisture wicking to draw your sweat away from you. A rigid Kydex holster pocket provides fast draw and easy holstering while still facilitating a full firing grip.

The KingTuk Cloud is worn inside the waistband and includes Galco’s patent-pending, tuckable polymer UniClips for excellent concealment, stability and easy on/off capability. The clips can be moved up or down in the corresponding holes in the backing plate, which enables the user to set the carry height and angle that is best-suited to their unique preferences.

KingTuk Cloud Features

  • Hybrid Kydex/nylon construction
  • Ballistic nylon front over closed cell foam
  • Comfort Cloth lining provides padding and moisture wicking
  • Rigid Kydex holster pocket for fast draw and easy holstering
  • Full firing grip accessibility
  • Dual tuckable polymer UniClips adjust for ride height/angle
  • Fits belts to 1¾ inches


MSRP for the KingTuk Cloud is $89, and more information on this product and other gear from Galco holsters is available at


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