We Love It: CrossBreed Light Defender Series Holster 2.0

Proper holster selection is critical ... and it just got a lot easier.

by posted on May 13, 2020
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One of the most important choices you'll make as an NRA Woman as you're evaluating your self-defense and safety plans is holster selection. The right holster not only fits your gun, it also fits your body and your lifestyle. CrossBreed Holsters has just made that decision process a bit easier with the introduction of their new Light Defender Series Holster 2.0. The "light" in "Light Defender" refers to a pistol-mounted light, so this series was designed to accommodate not just the most popular guns out there, but the most popular gun-mounted flashlights. If you've elected to add some light to the subject of your defensive gun, the Light Defender Series (LDS) Holster 2.0 is here to soak it in.

The remarkable variety of gun-and-light combinations that the LDS Holster 2.0 can handle should come as no surprise to CrossBreed fans. The company specializes in producing a dizzying array of holsters appropriate for just about every popular gun on the market, with contacts at every major manufacturer that allow them to have holsters ready for even the newest firearms. Available for some of the most popular concealed carry firearms like the Glock 19, SIG P365 and Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield, CrossBreed has molds ready to accommodate popular weapon-mounted lights such as: Surefire Xc1; Inforce APLc; Valkyrie PL-2; Streamlight TLR-1, 6 and 7;  Olight PL-Pro; and Olight PL-2.

You'll also love the comfort and adjustability of the LDS 2.0. Whether it’s a day at the range or deep concealment the Light Defender Series (LDS) 2.0 also offers the ability to switch from IWB inside the waistband carry to OWB outside the waistband carry, by simply replacing your clips. This flexibility means that the LDS 2.0 has you covered no matter the carry situation. The pockets used on the new LDS 2.0 feature multiple points of adjustment, allowing customers to truly customize their holster’s retention. Simply tighten or loosen the mounting screws to custom-tailor the holster’s retention to your body type and personal preference.

Of course, we women know that sometimes that "perfect" thing we buy online just doesn't work for us when we get it home and try it on (the romper I purchased in 2018 and has since resided on the floor of my closet is a good example). That's why CrossBreed offers a two-week trial period, allowing customers to test their new holster along with their firearm in everyday scenarios. The company promises that if you’re unhappy for any reason, simply ship the holster back for a refund or exchange, and is covered by a lifetime warranty. MSRP is $63.70 at the time of this writing; click here for more, or to purchase!

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