The SG-Revolution will begin shipping this month in limited models. Stay tuned to Guns.com for a full review of the IWB and AIWB models in the coming weeks. (Photo: Jacki Billings)
StealthGear USA will unleash its brand new SG-Revolution line of inside-the-waistband holsters and magazine carriers onto consumers later this month.
The line will feature three styles of holsters — standard IWB, mini IWB and AIWB — as well as single and double capacity magazine carriers.
Using a sturdy .093 inch Kydex shell atop a proprietary ACX-57 polymer platform. The backing, a brand new design for the company, offers laser-cut diamond shapes structured for better air flow. Meanwhile, a pebbled low-friction surface also has the added benefit of an easier, quicker and smoother draw with decreased drag, according to StealthGear USA. The new line of holsters aims to corner the lightweight, slimline everyday carry market.
“From our earliest beginnings, we set out to make quality and useful EDC gear that holds up against the rigors of every day use and all of the punishment that the wearer can dish out. We feel like we’ve once again fulfilled that commitment and more with our new SG-Revolution line,” said Paul Laemmlen, Chairman and Founder of StealthGearUSA, in a statement.
“The SG-Revolution brand was borne out of a real need in the market-place for a quality customized EDC holster that has high performance traits while also being fast, light, durable, and available nearly on-demand,” he said.
The Utah-based gear maker is phasing in the Revolution over the next few weeks, starting the process on Oct. 28 with the release of the Glock 19, 26, 43 models and Smith & Wesson’s Shield in 9mm and .40. Sig Sauer, Walther, Springfield and Heckler & Koch will all be introduced over the next three months.
The slow addition of models is meant to quicken production times. StealthGear USA said it intends to get Revolution holsters and mag carriers to shoppers within 72 hours of purchase.
The SG-Revolution line comes in at a reasonable price of $59.
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