Remora holsters are small and easy to handle with a sticky surface that allows them to cling to your body and your clothing. Most of the designs are clipless, so you just stick them inside of your waistband and go.
Users may opt for a slightly different version that includes a removable clip to keep the holster from sliding down or around, and helps secure it when drawing the pistol to prevent the holster from coming out with the gun in the middle of a life-and-death draw situation. The clip is removable which returns the holster to the more familiar Remora format and can also double as a pocket or car holster. It conceals well and holds securely in a pocket. The clip allows the holster to be tucked but is easy to remove.
Because the outer skin of the economically priced REMORA “No Clip, Non-Slip” products are made of one-of-a-kind, non-slip PVC-coated knitted polyester material, a holstered weapon will not move out of position once it’s in place. We use a 3-step lamination process in our manufacturing. The middle layer is non-absorbent neoprene foam, and the inside fabric is nylon denier. Each Remora product is sewn using polyester UV-resistant thread, giving it excellent weapon or accessory-retention characteristics. The Remora design was abrasion tested in over 12,000 revolutions, as well as hours of floormat exercise retention testing by Law Enforcement personnel. It is waterproof, washable, fire retardant, and withstood “Cold Crack Testing” to -40 Fahrenheit.
The Remora product line has grown to include outside-the-waistband holsters, magazine/accessory holders, and various forms of alternative carry. For more information, please visit www.remoraholsters.com
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