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Alien Gear debuts updated Cloak Tuck IWB holster

The Cloak Tuck 3.5 IWB improves on the Cloak Tuck design. (Photo: Alien Gear)

Alien Gear has revamped its Cloak Tuck design, meshing elements from its ShapeShift 4.0 IWB holster with the compatibility of the Cloak Tuck 3.0 to create the new Cloak Tuck 3.5 IWB.

The Cloak Tuck 3.5 comes after consumer feedback indicated that customers were having issues with the clips’ screws loosening after continued use. Alien Gear took those concerns and tweaked its holster to provide a new holster free of this issue. The new clips feature a twist-and-lock  design that attaches to the holster without tools or additional hardware. The clips allows for ride height and cant adjustments.

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The clips on the holster have been redesigned to address issues consumers had with past clip styles. (Photo: Alien Gear)

The base of the new rig has also undergone modifications with a new, breathable, moisture-wicking CoolVent neoprene.

“The Cloak Tuck 3.5 incorporated significant changes to make your carry experience even better.  We’ve added CoolVent neoprene to increase breathability, edge binding to protect and soften the edges of the holster, and quick change adjustable holster clips to make it easier to change cant and ride height. Plus, these clips don’t have any hardware, so no need for thread-locker to prevent screws from backing out,” Drew Stephens of Alien Gear explained in a press release. “These may seem like minor changes, but they equate to a significant upgrade to an already amazing holster.”

The holster comes with the company’s Iron-Clad Guarantee which offers a Forever Warranty and 30-Day Test Drive in addition to free shell trades for life. The new Cloak Tuck 3.5 is compatible with over 500 gun models and is priced at $43.

(Photo: Alien Gear)

Alien Gear says it added CoolVent neoprene to allow for a more breathable design. (Photo: Alien Gear)

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