DeSantis Launches New Holsters for H&K VP9/40

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posted on February 23, 2017
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DeSantis Holsters announced the addition of two new holsters in the company's product lineup, both designed to fit the Heckler & Koch VP9 and VP40 polymer handguns.

The first new holster from the company is part of the Intruder collection, aimed at balancing concealment and comfort. The holster is designed to be tuckable and can be adjusted for ride height and pistol cant. The backing is made from premium steer hide, while the front of the holster features a polyurethane film that gives the holster a durable finish while improving the exterior aesthetics.

The shell of the Intruder holster is molded from a sheet of Kydex to fit the exact dimensions of the H&K pistol. The holster is available with a black finish and retails at a suggested price of $70.99.

The company also rolled out its Invader holster sized to fit the H&K VP9 and VP40. The Invader is designed with comfort in mind, featuring a body pad made from neoprene, ballistic nylon and other synthetic materials. The holster is made from Kydex and is thermo-formed to fit the exact dimensions of the H&K VP9 and VP40 handguns.

The Invader is designed to be worn inside the waistband and is tuckable. The holster is secured using two C-clips made from glass-reinforced nylon for extra strength and durability. An included hex wrench allows users to adjust the holster. J-clips are also available for purchase. The suggested retail price on the Invader holster is $47.99.

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