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Alien Gear Holsters Introduces the All New Cloak Tuck 2.0 IWB Hybrid Holster!


Our PATENT PENDING, 'Cloak Tuck 2.0' Neoprene Composite Holster is our most comfortable and stable holster yet. This inside the waistband (IWB) hybrid holster features a light weight design with a soft neoprene body-side layer that forms perfectly to your hip and provides more comfort than you've ever felt in a holster. The secret to its improved stability and sturdiness is the inner ABS polymer core. It readily flexes with your body, but won't sag down with the weight of a handgun (even the heavy ones).


This new material is completely waterproof, so you'll never have to worry about corrosive sweat reaching your pistol. It also includes a fully swappable handgun shell for versatility. This holster comes equipped either with our standard nylon clips, designed for 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inch belts, or our steel clips that fit belts up to 1 3/4 inches. For enhanced conceal-ability nylon "C" clips and "J" clips are also available as add-on items.


Price: $35.88


Learn More Here: Concealed carry gun holsters | Alien Gear Holsters


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I just received mine. I ordered it on 6/20 and it came about an hour ago...well short of the 4-6 weeks delivery quoted. It looks and feels great. I have not put it on yet, as I had it sent to my office and my Glock 19 is at home. I do plan to try it out as soon as I get home this afternoon. I'll offer a report after I've used it for a few weeks, but I'm very optimistic about this new holster design.
 

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Awesome product I have order the leather backing of the 2.0 and is waiting for it now, I have the old style and love so I figure that I will love the new one even more.
 

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Figures, I just bought a King Tuck last month and it is not a very comfortable rig. I had been using a Versacarry but if you don't wear a really long undershirt your gun gets very sweaty plus you have to take out the rig to re-holster your gun. Are you selling these through any dealers? I like to try out things before I buy them. I have quite a collection of IWB holsters that only got one use and then thrown on the pile, maybe one day I'll list them on the local classifieds.
 

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Figures, I just bought a King Tuck last month and it is not a very comfortable rig. I had been using a Versacarry but if you don't wear a really long undershirt your gun gets very sweaty plus you have to take out the rig to re-holster your gun. Are you selling these through any dealers? I like to try out things before I buy them. I have quite a collection of IWB holsters that only got one use and then thrown on the pile, maybe one day I'll list them on the local classifieds.
I understand wanting to try it on before you buy it, but Alien Gear has a 30-day return policy. If you try it and don't like it, send it back for a refund.

As I posted earlier, I just received my holster and it is day two of using it. I have used an Old Faithful holster (now the sister company of Alien Gear) for nearly 18 months. It is pretty comfortable and has served me well. However, this new design from Alien Gear is even more comfortable. It is a little smaller and the backing material is thinner and lighter. As for long-term wear I'll let you know after I've used it every day for a few months...but so far, it looks like a winner.
 

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I ordered two on July 5, one for my G26 and the other for my son's XDs. I have a Crossbreed SuperTuck for the G26, I use that all the time, but it's not a bad idea to have a spare just in case something breaks, I'm not sure how difficult it is to crack kydex. I'm interested to see how the two holsters compare and I do like the idea of being able to use different shells for different guns.
 

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Figures, I just bought a King Tuck last month and it is not a very comfortable rig. I had been using a Versacarry but if you don't wear a really long undershirt your gun gets very sweaty plus you have to take out the rig to re-holster your gun. Are you selling these through any dealers? I like to try out things before I buy them. I have quite a collection of IWB holsters that only got one use and then thrown on the pile, maybe one day I'll list them on the local classifieds.
Unfortunately, we do not offer our product through any dealers at this time. However, this is is something we are planning on adding sometime in the near future. If you sign up for our newsletter (there's an option for that on our website), it'll keep you updated as to when this will be available.
 

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The Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 2.0 holsters arrived today. It was almost 5 weeks for delivery. I don't have much to say about the one for the Glock 26 so far, about the only thing I noticed was that it is a little harder to holster the weapon because the backing is flexible, when you unholster, the backing contours to your body which closes the holster to a certain degree. This is by no means a deal breaker, I don't unholster and holster the gun just for fun. I will see how my son likes his for his XDs.
 

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Just ordered my 3rd and 4th Holster from Alien Gear today, Cloak tuck 2 for my G26/27 and the OWB for my 17/22. Hope to get them soon.
 
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Thank you for your USAF service! Looks like you're well on your way to collecting one of each Glock!
I'm way behind, just bought my first, a G27 Gen4 and am beginning to understand why there's such high praise of the brand. I like it much.
I'll like it better when I get my back-ordered Alien Tuck II holster next month.

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Just curious....I'm looking for a holster I can wade with.. how water resistant is the neoprene?
Hi Slickrocktom,

The neoprene and base won’t be affected by the water, however, the issue at hand is that the metal hardware will eventually start to rust with enough exposure.
 
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