First Look: New Models of Blackhawk's Stache IWB & T-Series Holsters

posted on November 12, 2021
holster and magazine carrier with pistol and magazine inserted

Blackhawk, which has been making law enforcement and military equipment for over 20 years, is now rolling out new models of the Stache IWB and T-Series L2C Overt holsters. These new holsters accommodate an even wider selection of handguns, allowing more gun owners to rely on the Stache as their everyday carry solution. The Overt, on the other hand, is a purpose-built for duty carry, with Level 2 retention as well as light weight, low profile and integrated leg strap adapter.

The new versions of the Stache IWB include a model for Glock 43X and Glock 48 pistols equipped with either a Streamlight TLR-7 Sub or a SureFire XCS light. New models in the T-Series L2C Overt include one for the SIG P320/P250 for left-handed shooters.

The Stache IWB comes standard with an ambidextrous design plus a low-profile shirt guard and optional concealment claws to reduce printing. This combination of features provides a greater level of stability when carried plus multiple positioning options to match user preferences.

The L2C Overt, however, is optimized for the tactical user’s needs. The thumb driven, dual-injection molded holster is standard with a new speed cut to assist with a faster draw, while the low-profile design helps to reduce bulk and weight. Additionally, the speed cut design makes the L2C Overt optic compatible right out of the box. The duty-rated holster can be canted at various angles and includes a leg strap adapter that pivots with the user’s natural body mechanics, increased stability and comfort in austere environments.

MSRP for the Stache IWB Holster base model is $39.95 and the MSRP for the premium model is $64.95. MSRP for the T-Series L2C Overt holster is $99.95 For more information about these products or other gear from Blackhawk, please visit




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