Kinetic Concealment announced it was just awarded a US Utility Patent for the neoprene-backed leather Hybrid Holster.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has granted Kinetic Concealment Inc. U.S. Patent No. 9,568,275. The patent is an accomplishment that helps solidify the Kinetic Concealment brand as a true innovator in the firearms industry, according to a recent press release.
The idea of the neoprene-backed leather Hybrid Holster came about as a way to make conceal carry more comfortable and for the user to be more open to utilizing an IWB holster without the use of an undershirt.
The neoprene also acts as a moisture barrier, aiding in the fight against rust on a firearm that is holster carried for long periods of time.
The inside the waist band, hybrid holsters come with 9 belt clip cant positions and a high-ride/low-ride Kydex shell cant position. It uses Chicago-style flat head screws so that the cants can be easily adjusted and the Kydex shell can be tightened back down after continued use.
The Hybrid Holster comes in left and right handed versions and retails for about $66.