5 New Galco Holsters for the SIG Sauer P365

posted on March 21, 2018
The team at Galco Gunleather is supporting the rollout of the popular SIG Sauer P365 with the launch of five new holster fits for the gun. The SIG P365 is one of the hottest new handgun introductions in 2018, holding an incredible 11 rounds of 9 mm in its micro-size frame.

1. Ankle Glove Holster ($123)

Designed to fit snugly around the ankle of the wearer, the Galco Ankle Glove holster is perfect for deep concealment. The holster fits around the ankle through the use of a neoprene band that stays securely closed through a hook-and-loop closure. The rig features an interior lining made from sheepskin that adds additional comfort to the wearer, and the neoprene band can fit ankles measuring up to 13 inches in circumference.

Attached to the neoprene band is a form-fitted leather holster constructed from saddle leather, which provides secure friction retention. An additional thumb-break band provides extra security. An optional calf strap also enables wearers to further anchor the rig to their ankle. The Ankle Glove can be had in both left- and right-hand configurations and comes with a black finish.

2. Ankle Guard Holster ($85)

Also providing a solid ankle-carry option is Galco's Ankle Guard holster, which takes some of the best features of the company's Ankle Glove combined with the new BlakGuard belt holster. This combination product uses two tension-adjustment screws to customize the level of retention and the ease with which the gun is drawn.

The Ankle Guard also incorporates the same trench-style sight rail used on the Blakguard, providing plenty of clearance for an easy return into the holster after a draw. Additionally, like the Ankle Glove, the holster features a sheepskin-padded neoprene band that secures the rig to the ankle.

3. Stinger Belt Holster ($65)

Built with simplicity in mind, the Stinger belt holster is a no-nonsense rig that's designed to be carried in a strong-side position just behind the wearer's hip. Constructed with an open-top design and a forward cant, the holster enables owners to get a solid firing grip on their gun before the draw, enabling them to come out of the holster quickly and ready to shoot.

The Galco Stinger holster is made from saddle leather and is fitted to the unique contours of the SIG P365, ensuring a comfortable, secure fit that provides plenty of friction retention. A tunnel-style belt loop is located on the body side of the holster for a secure mounting point. The Stinger can be had in both left- and right-handed setups and features an all-black finish.

4. Stow-N-Go Holster ($36)

An addition to the Galco Carry Lite lineup of holster and accessories, the Stow-N-Go holster is offered as an eminently affordable holster option that still retains all of the feature-rich elements and quality construction for which the company is known. The rig is cut from premium steerhide and comes with an injection-molded polymer belt clip that hooks onto belts measuring up to 1.75 inches wide.

With a straight vertical orientation, the Stow-N-Go opens up a wide range of carry options, enabling the user to carry their gun in a strong-side, crossdraw or appendix-carry position, depending on their personal preferences. The holster also features a reinforced opening that enables easy reholstering. Available in both left- and right-hand options, the holster can be had in tan or black finishes.

5. Tuck-N-Go Holster ($38)

Like the company's Stow-N-Go holster, the Tuck-N-Go incorporates a feature-rich, inside-the-waistband design that's affordable and durable at the same time. However, one critical difference on the Tuck-N-Go is the use of an injection-molded J-hook, which provides clearance for a tucked shirt to go over a holstered firearm while the rig is attached to the belt.

The holster is made using premium steerhide and features a reinforced mouth that enables reholstering. With no built-in cant, the unit can be carried in a variety of positions. The Tuck-N-Go fits belts measuring up to 1.5 inches wide and can be had in right- or left-handed configurations.


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