In 2016, the PHLster Classic lead the way in integrating organic forms into a molded holster. Continuing on that path, the PHLster Pro Series takes further steps to blend the shape of the gun into an organic and ergonomic form. The increased smooth surface area reduces hotspots and ensures that the typical holster trouble spots are fully radiused and rounded for maximum comfort for both AIWB and behind-the-hip carry. The fully rounded muzzle improves all-day comfort during extended periods of driving or sitting. This ergonomic feature is angled and tapered to aid in concealment for both appendix carry and hip carry, an industry first. The increased smooth contact patch doesn’t just dissipate the acute discomfort of carrying a gun, it’s also a great place to add your own foam wedges, making the holster truly yours. The Pro Series can also accept any IWB holster hardware available, allowing the user to optimize their holster for any carry position, with cant angle and ride height adjustment, and for right or left handed carry. It also remains compatible with the PHLster Flex system.
The Pro Series comes standard with a pair of adjustable IWB loops and an adjustable ModWing to reduce printing.
Purchase a TuckStrut, a pair of Grip Hooks, and a Discreet Carry Concepts Monoblock Clip for increased versatility and customization.
The Pro Series is compatible with optics, suppressor sights, threaded barrels, and Gen5 Glocks.
Compatible fits are 9mm/40 Glock (26-34), G43/43x/48, Sig P320, Sig P365, Sig 365XL, Walther PDP
B (verified owner) –
One of the best AIWB holsters on the market. My singular complaint about this holster is that it comes with soft loops instead of a DCC monoblock clip out of the box but that is easily fixed. I have one in left-hand configuration just as a backup in case of sports injury.
B (verified owner) –
I cannot say enough good things about the PHLster Pro Series. It is one of the best ambidextrous AIWB holsters on the market.
My singular complaint about this holster is that it comes with soft loops instead of a DCC monoblock clip out of the box but that is easily fixed.