CrossBreed's Belly Band 2.0: Making Hot-Weather CCW Simple

It's going to be a hot one. Good thing discreet, comfortable concealed carry just got easier.

by posted on July 12, 2022
Crossbreed Modular 2 Point Oh

The unofficial mantra of July is “It’s gonna be a hot one,” and this summer is proving no different. Daytime temperatures make exercising at dusk and dawn tempting, but that’s also the time when we’re often most concerned about armed self-defense. Carrying concealed while exercising can be a challenge, but CrossBreed Holsters has just announced a hot one of its own: the Modular Belly Band 2.0. It has all the same features that you know and love from the original, with some extra twists for NRA Women who are determined to beat the heat.

All CrossBreed belly bands are renowned for their near-infinite customization options. Using an advanced modular system with hook-and-loop adjustments, wearers can modify the positioning their holstered firearm for optimal comfort, carry positions and draw angle. The belly band is designed to work with the CrossBreed Modular holster, which is compatible with hundreds of models of handgun—both popular and obscure.

So what’s new about the 2.0? First, there’s a new polyester jersey outer shell that does a lot of heavy lifting. It delivers a soft, form-fitting feel against the skin and also boosts breathability, which is so important this time of year. Then there’s the cleanliness factor: That jersey outer comes with an anti-microbial feature that withstands up to 25 hand washes.

Finally, the Modular Belly Band 2.0 is crafted with new anti-slip panels. These panels minimize rotation or slippage of the band so the holstered firearm stays comfortably positioned where you want it … even when you’re sweating or on the move. The 2.0 also comes with two integrated pockets that fit most semi-auto pistol magazine carriers, as well as a pocket for a mobile device.

The system is easy to understand and to use. The Modular Belly Band 2.0 is designed to accept Crossbreed’s Modular holster, and you can either purchase them separately or as a package. The Modular holsters feature model-specific Kydex pockets with a leather backer that includes a hook panel. Simply secure it to the corresponding loop panel on the Modular Belly Band 2.0. Then, stretch the elastic band over the top to secure.

MSRP depends upon model chosen, and there are hundreds from which to choose! Visit CrossbreedHolsters.com for more.

 

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