The Tulster Contour was released on 10-8 and is already making a splash
Jenks, OK – Tulster (https://tulster.com/) has introduced an innovative new holster. With it, they’re showing that OWB, or Outside-the-Waistband carry does not have to mean “Open Carry”. The Tulster Contour (tulster.com/contour), is making this clear with it’s ultra-concealable and incredibly comfortable design.
This ultra-concealability is achieved thanks to the “molded-in” asymmetrical wings of the Contour’s Kydex shell, which angles the firearm’s grip towards your body, eliminating the visible print. This functions just like a claw or wing attachment, but it requires none of the extra clunky hardware or hassle of installation.
The streamlined design features no unnecessary material, and the sleek, curved shell conforms the holster and firearm to the contour of the waistline for maximum concealment, hence the name “Contour”.
For years, Tulster’s flagship product has been an Inside-the-Waistband holster, the Profile Holster (tulster.com/profile). With a focus on simplicity and maintaining the profile of the firearm, the Profile has been the go-to choice for those seeking a simple and comfortable IWB solution. However, there are still many people who wish to carry concealed, yet have been unable to find any IWB solutions that work for them. This is sometimes due to personal preference, but could potentially even be their body type, or certain disabilities that may prevent them from comfortably carrying inside their pantline. Now, the Contour offers the concealability of Inside-the-Waistband with the added comfort of an Outside-the-Waistband holster, making the Contour the perfect fit for those who have been searching for the perfect concealed carry solution.
There are more innovations aside from the level of concealment that can be achieved with an OWB holster. The Contour also features the innovative R.A.S., or, Retention Adjustment Slot. Unlike other adjustable retention holsters that need to be occasionally re-tightened, the Contour’s R.A.S. delivers peace of mind, and maximum security with a clever and incredibly effective system. With the R.A.S, the retention tag can be vertically adjusted and fully tightened to allow for on-the-fly retention adjustment while offering a rock-solid fit. Like all other Tulster holsters, it features a trigger-guard-based retention system with the same positive click.
Some of the other features of the Contour are present in all other Tulster holsters, like the raised sight channel for aftermarket sights, and an open-ended muzzle for threaded barrels to pass through. It is Optic-Ready, just like Tulster’s previous IWB offering, the OATH (tulster.com/OATH). The Contour features custom, ultra-secure stainless steel hardware, patched, self-locking screws, and belt loops that can be easily adjusted to customize your cant and ride height. The belt loops that the Contour arrives with will fit any belt from 1.5 inches to 2 inches.
The Contour is unobtrusive, easy to access, and provides the most comfortable and concealable OWB carry experience on the market. It is currently available for 12 firearm models, such as incredibly popular micro compacts like the Glock 43X MOS, the Sig Sauer P365 and P365XL, the Springfield Hellcat, and the Shield Plus. Since it is OWB, it also accommodates some larger firearms, like the Glock 19, Glock 17, the M&P 2.0 4/4.25″, and the P320 X-Full.
The Contour launched in black and black carbon fiber, as well as a new, highly requested color offering for Tulster, Black Multicam. For those who wish to carry a matching magazine carrier, Tulster has rolled out the Black Multicam color for all of their innovative universal carriers, the Echo series (tulster.com/echo)
Contact Tulster for more information
Tulster is located in Jenks, Oklahoma. Their friendly and experienced customer service team is happy to answer queries. Please find the media contact below for you to direct your questions.
3412 W 114th St So, Suite #105
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