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5 ReviewsFor Modular Belly Band

Average Rating
March 22 2017
A gun is always uncomfortable to carry, especially for ccw because you need to conceal it very well: this system has changed my point of view. It has changed the rules of ccw. It allows you to choose every position you like an you feel comfortable. To me appendix carry with the belly band is even more comfortable and easier than OWB because of concealability with tight clothes too. Obviously for sub-compact guns (i.e my glock 26, snubbies...and I'm purchasing one for my summer ppk/s). Only my Gurardian 32 is easier to carry in my pocket, but due to its weight it sometimes tries tu put down my pants...not a nice view! Actually the best feature of the belly band is that it has no weigh on your waists and on your trousers; You can use a good belt to keep it closer to your body and to sustain it and then the job is done. For me it's best carry system in the market! Not able to carry full size gun, while with compact gun Glock 19 is "the limit": bigger and heavier (!) are not recommended (IMHO). Anyway I could not stay without it: just a reference standard, the top, the best.
March 08 2017
I've been looking for a comfortable CCW solution for a long time...and I found it. This CrossBreed Belly Band is, by far, the most comfortable holster I own. It took a minute to find the most comfortable position, but once I found it I was hooked. Two things...Give it a chance. Since everyone is shaped differently, you're going to have to play with location and holster angle. I probably wore this ten times before I got it where I liked it. TWO...this is a CCW holster, so don't expect to put your howitzer in this holster. My Glock 26 is perfect with this solution. Thanks to my CrossBreed Belly Band, I'm carrying more consistently and more confidently. Well done CrossBreed!
Arden, North Carolina
January 27 2017
I don't find any holster comfortable, even the most comfortable one on the market, and if I am not comfortable I am not going to carry for long. Having heard that appendix carry and a belly band are the most comfortable ways to carry I gave it a try by buying a cheap belly band to see if I could carry all day long and be comfortable. It turned out to be so comfortable that after awhile I don't notice it is there. I have a Sig Sauer P938 so maybe since it is a small gun that is the reason but I don't think a larger gun would be all that much different but I don't know. After awhile I thought maybe I could take my holster and attach it to my belly band somehow. Luckily at this point I read about Crossbreed having a belly band with a holster. I was overjoyed when I went online and saw their modular belly band with holster. I was overjoyed also when I saw part of the band goes over the holster to make it even more secure. I just got it today. It is a quality product. If down the line the belt needs replacing I will not feel so bad because it is modular, I will just replace the belly band. If I get another gun I will buy another holster for the belly band. Since my waist size is the borderline of small to medium I had to write them to get their opinion. I wrote them about something else also. I got prompt replies. I am encouraged by a quality product with quality customer service to back it up.
January 25 2017
Love this system! I typically wear a western cut shirt with snaps. By placing my Springfield XD Mod 2 under my left arm, somewhat like using a shoulder holster the gun disappears. To draw I just pull the shirt with my left hand to undo the snaps and draw with my right. Surprisingly fast with little practice.Thanks to the molded holster putting the gun back in the holster is easy. The only downside to this system is after a period of time it does get constraining. By loosen the band just slightly but keeping the flap over the holster tight I can wear this about 14 -15 hours before it has to come off. The gun rides secure, it does not move around or come loose in my daily routine. Great system!
Cartersville, Georgia
January 01 2017
My husband encouraged me to purchase the Modular Belly Band system because nothing else has worked for me to be able to conceal carry when I run/hike or when I am at work. I am very short through the midriff with a tiny waist and unless I can layer clothing items, it is almost impossible for me to carry my weapon. I decided to try the Modular Belly Band and I am totally impressed. I carry a Walther PPS M2 and an extra magazine every time I run, go to the store, go to work, etc. With the way the band finishes strapping over the weapon and magazine, there is no imprint and no one knows it is there. I always wear an undershirt underneath it because the edges can sometimes dig in if I don't and because I wear a buttoned shirt for work and I can unbutton when I leave so I have easier access to my weapon, still without anyone being able to see any of the system. I ordered the additional straps for extra support and to secure my PPS into the holster. There is absolutely no flop to this system: where I place it is where it stays, whether running, hiking, or moving around at work (stretching to reach things, carrying items, bending or squatting down to reach things at lower levels). I started out by wearing the system at home for an hour or two at a time and then as I adjusted to the feel of it and figured out where it fit me best, I started wearing it out to the store or on other errands. The first time I wore it running, it was so comfortable, I didn't even notice it. No bounce, nothing intrusive, no digging, no movement. It stayed right where I put it. Before wearing it to work, I tested it out around the house in my work uniform, reaching, squatting, bending, etc., to test for any imprint. Once comfortable that I would be able to completely conceal it, I wore it to work for the first time for about a 6 hour shift. Again, no movement, no digging, no sloppiness to it. It stayed right next to my body. I have been wearing it to work now for a good two months and I wear it every time I run errands. To date, the longest I have worn it is for 11 hours straight. At 10 hours, I started feeling like it was time to take it off and by the time I got home I was ready for it to come off, but 11 hours is quite some time to wear a belly band and I am impressed by the comfort of it. One word of caution...when carrying in a vehicle, be aware of where your seat belt is and keep it out of the way or you won't be able to get to your weapon. Also, I carry a Maxpedition pack that goes over one shoulder while the bag sits on the other side. I have to be careful how I position the pack when I am wearing the Modular Belly Band because the strap of the pack crosses right over the top of my weapon if I am not careful. Again, important to pay attention to if you want to be able to reach your weapon. I highly recommend this product, especially to someone looking for a way to carry while out running or someone who has a specific work uniform that is not conducive to carrying on the hip either inside or outside the waistband.