Crossbreed Holsters Introduces SuperSlide

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posted on February 3, 2012
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Adding to our line-up of OWB holsters, we are excited to introduce the SuperSlide. The SuperSlide 3-slot holster can be worn in one of two positions. Most common is the standard behind the hip with a slight forward cant set-up. This is probably the most common carry position for CCW and off-duty carry as it provides great concealment and easy access to the firearm, while keeping the gun out of the way and in a comfortable location. The second option is a slight reverse cant for cross draw wear. Though not as commonly used as other carry positions, cross draw can still be a useful and viable option to have for driving or while seated for long periods of time.

Staying in tradition with the classic IWB SuperTuck, the comfort of the SuperSlide is second to none. The design of the holster pulls the gun and grip in tight to the body. With the proper concealment garment, the gun and holster are virtually undetectable.

The SuperSlide offers a clean, comfortable, professional appearance along with several different carry options. It provides excellent weight distribution of your firearm, ensuring stability and comfort. Pair the SuperSlide with our OWB Double Magazine Carrier and one of our Instructor belts and you will be set for a day on the range. Toss a heavy shirt or light jacket over it and you'll be prepared for anything that comes your way.

MSRP starting at $52.50. As with all of our products, the SuperSlide comes with a two week try it free guarantee and lifetime warranty.

To learn more about CrossBreed products, visit www.crossbreedholsters.com.

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