Galco Gunleather introduced one of its news holsters at the 2015 SHOT Show. And from the looks of it, the Illinois manufacturer is throwing concealed carry practitioners a welcome curve.
The Corvus Holster’s versatility and space-age materials alone are enough to catch the eye. But it’s the accessories shape that is its revolutionary aspect; gently curved, the holster is engineered to hug the body more naturally.
There are a couple benefits to this design. Right off, it allows for more comfortable carry, conforming to human’s natural bends. But it also aids in better concealment of a pistol, holding it closer to the body and away from an outer garment upon which it might print.
The Corvus can be worn either inside or outside the waistband and is made of Kydex. The plastic is ideal, given its ruggedness and ability to hold its form.
The Corvus Holster has an MSRP of $79.95.