Alien Gear Holsters Introduces Cloak Mag Carriers

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posted on December 5, 2016
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Alien Gear Holsters announced the launch of its Cloak Mag Carriers, a new magazine holster based on the design of the company's popular Cloak Tuck 3.0 IWB holster. The mag carrier is capable of being worn either inside or outside of the waistband.

"Even though we could have easily offered a leather back and Kydex shell mag carrier, Thomas Tedder [Owner] was unwilling to sell a product he would not use himself, and we decided to develop a mag carrier we could be proud of," Alien Gear COO Tim Treto said. "We put thousands of engineering hours into developing the best mag carrier possible."

The Cloak Mag Carrier comes in both single and dual-magazine configurations and can be worn IWB or OWB. The company offers a package that also includes a paddle and belt slide attachment for open carry use. The Cloak Mag Carrier features a neoprene backing that ensures carry comfort. The carrier also features adjustable retention for personalized fit. In addition, each carrier comes with 360-degree positioning, allowing users to angle their spare mags any way they like.

"We literally left no feature on the table and can honestly say this is the best magazine carrier you can buy at any price," Treto said. "I am very proud to bring another best-in-class holster to the world."

The new Cloak Mag Carriers come with a Forever Warranty and a 30-day trial. Suggested retail price on a Single Cloak Mag Carrier is $29.88, while the Dual Cloak Mag Carrier retails at a suggested price of $49.88.

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