First Look: Galco Ankle Glove Holster

posted on August 18, 2020

Ankle holsters are an effective concealment choice for people who find it difficult to conceal a firearm on their waist or in their pocket. They’re also useful in the summertime, when it  becomes more challenging to conceal a firearm thanks to the fewer layers we wear when the weather gets hot. In addition to this, ankle holsters can be  particularly useful for those who are seated for much of the day or choose to carry a backup handgun.

When it comes to ankle holsters, Galco offers its best-in-class Ankle Glove holster for a variety of handguns, and now this premium holster solution is available for the extremely popular SIG Sauer P365XL pistol, with and without red dot optical sight mounted to the gun.

The Galco Ankle Glove has a wide, breathable neoprene ankle band and hook-and-loop closure that offers extended wearing comfort and added security. The holster pocket that holds the pistol secure is made from premium steerhide that ensures long-term durability. The sheepskin padding between the holster and ankle greatly enhances wearer comfort when worn for extended hours, even in the summer heat. The holster also features a reinforced thumb break and detailed molding for maximum retention as well as a fast and easy draw.

The Ankle Glove may be worn with or without the optional adjustable calf strap that is sold separately. The holster accommodates ankles up to 13 inches in circumference, and there is also an optional Boot Extender available for people who need a bit more room, such as those who wear boots or who have larger ankles.

The Ankle Glove for the SIG Sauer P365XL is available in black, with an MSRP of $130. More information on this holster and other products from Galco is available at


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