- worn inside the waistband
- weapon + magazine
- concealed carry
- claw as the standard
- ERC option
- vacuum pressed
The inside kydex holsters are designed for concealed carry of the weapon under clothing and are designed to take up as little space as possible in the trousers. The hand-cut edges of the holster do not push into the leg or abdomen. The shape of the weapon and the magazine is very precisely pressed into the kydex and so fit perfectly into the holster. Each newly made inside holster has an adjustable grip, which is beneficial due to the wearing in the belt.
Where and how it is worn:
AIWB holsters are designed for the popular way of wearing the appendix carry (front of the abdomen). The specialty of these holsters is carrying both the weapon and magazine at one place. By wearing in trousers, you will achieve real concealment with minimal emphasis on the weapon worn from the clothes.
We personally recommend inside holsters for subcompacts and compacts (only some fullsize frames). IWB holsters can be worn all year round, are especially practical in the summer, and they are best hidden under a T-shirt. For some customers, it is not as comfortable as other models, and needs to be got used to.
Types of belt attachment:
We offer several clips for the inside holster, which are attached with Chicago screws with a nut. We offer two sizes of clips of 40 and 45 mm. Choose the width of the clip according to the belt as accurately as possible (choose a 40 mm wide clip, for a 38-40 mm belt).
A simple, well-functioning plastic hook, clicks quickly. Suitable for our AIWB sidecar holsters. You can choose from sizes of 40 and 45 mm.
Really strong and secure attachment of the holster to a 40 mm wide belt. It is possible to have a shirt tucked in the pants on “the tuckable version” of the wear. You will snap a maximum 10 mm thick belt into the clip.
The rear raised side of the holster, which separates the weapon from your body. Protects against sweat and slipping of clothes into the holster when storing the weapon. We stock holsters with a full sweatguard, half sweatguard and without sweatguard for the part with the weapon; and full or none for the part with the magazine.
IWB holsters are designed mainly for all-day concealed wear, so we recommend a full sweatguard when the weapon is not in any contact with the body /clothing. If you assume that the weapon will often be out of the holster, choose half sweatguard - it will not interfere with your movement.
Newly manufactured IWB holsters have an automatic adjustment of the grip with a screw, when you control the grip of the weapon yourself. Different types of body figures and wearing styles are no longer a problem and the holster always has the grip you adjust.
A claw is used to fit the pistol grip perfectly on the abdomen, which pushes into the trousers /belt from the inside and pushes the grip towards the body.