Contrary to what you might read on Instagram, there are still a lot of people who prefer leather holsters. They provide added comfort when worn in a concealed fashion, and they don’t seem to be going anywhere. Bianchi Leather has decided to add a little more style to their holsters. They have added a new weathered finish as an option for two of their holsters: the Remedy and the Professional. Soon, more holsters will offer this new finish.
Bianchi Leather news @ TFB:
Bianchi®, a brand of The Safariland Group, a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets, today announced the availability of a new leather finish for select holster designs. The weathered series line of holsters offers a broken-in look to classic Bianchi holsters.
Bianchi Leather’s NEW Weathered Series Holster Finishes
THE PROFESSIONAL IWB holster
The Professional is an inside-the-waistband holster available in the new Weathered finish, as well as black and tan. The holster is made with full-grain cowhide leather and is available in either left or right-side draw. It features a high back to keep your gun from bothering your skin. The heavy-duty spring-steel belt clip fits belts up to 1.75″ in width. MSRP is $62.50.
THE REMEDY belt slide holster
The Remedy Belt Slide Holster is available in the same three finishes: weathered, black, or tan. It uses an open-top design for a quick draw. The holster was designed to be worn in the 4 o’clock position. The belt slots are sized to accommodate 1.5″ belts. MSRP is $61.00.
If the weathered look fits your personal style, and you’d like to pick one of these up, you can find them on the Bianchi Leather website. Don’t forget to like and follow on social media for more updates from the company. You can find Bianchi on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Keep training and carry often!
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