CrossBreed Holsters Goes Rogue

The new all-Kydex design is a departure from the holster maker's roots in leather/Kydex combos.

by posted on November 30, 2021
Crossbreed Rogue Holster System

CrossBreed Holsters has introduced its first all-Kydex holster system—the Rogue—a departure from the Kydex pocket/leather backer EDC and concealed-carry holster designs that put the holster maker on the map 16 years ago.

At the heart of the Rogue system is a two-piece all-Kydex gun pocket, which features a "smooth skin" side for maximum comfort, while strategically positioned screw holes and slots allow for multiple positioning and retention adjustment so the Rogue can be oriented for custom carry locations—including strong side, appendix and cross-draw. Additionally, thanks to its suppressor-height front sight channel and optic cut to accommodate red dot sights, the holster works with both stock and modified handguns.

The included all-Kydex mag pouch can be secured to the holster via a flexible plastic band to better fit the contours of the user’s torso, a feature NRA Women EDC practitioners will appreciate. The pouch can also be separated from the holster and worn independently at the desired body position. Two plastic bands are included so users can choose between a vertical or forward cant magazine orientation.

As with most CrossBreed holsters, the new Rogue holster works with multiple clips to further expand carry options, including the supplied Reckoning-style metal clips, Ulticlip, Monoblock, IWB snap loops, and OWB loops. Between the available clip options and the integrated cant and height adjustments, the Rogue can be fine-tuned to meet most any carry style comfortably and with maximum draw/re-holstering efficiency.

The Rogue is also compatible with the CB Concealment Claw first introduced on the Reckoning holster. This device positions the gun’s grip closer to the body during IWB carry to minimize printing and obstruction. Finally, Cerakoted hardware in Magpul FDE, NRA Blue, SIG Pink, or Blaze Orange adds flare and enhanced durability to the holster system.

For more information on the new Rogue modular holster system, visit CrossBreedHolsters.com.

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