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Mission First Tactical Belly Band Holster: First Look

The new Mission First Tactical MFT Belly Band holster incorporates channels for better airflow and thereby a more comfortable everyday carry option.

Mission First Tactical Belly Band Holster: First Look

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First Tactical (MFT) manufacturers of state-of-the-art, USA-made rifle/carbine accessories and holsters, is proud to announce the introduction of their new MFT Belly Band holster. Carrying a firearm has become the standard; the MFT Belly Band holster gives you the comfort you need for everyday carry.

“With hundreds of Belly Band options out there, we can say there is nothing like our Belly Band in the market.” said David Edelman, Vice President, Mission First Tactical. “This new, unique, first-of-its-kind design is sure to be a hit with those who want the freedom of carrying their firearm comfortably and safely, without the use of a belt.”

The new MFT Belly Band holster’s comfortable, all-day carry is achieved with 3D Spacer Mesh Fabric. Special channels allow for more efficient airflow, increasing comfort in comparison with other elastic-type holsters. An open-air weave construction design provides for air/moisture to pass through, naturally hindering bacterial growth. Maximum breathability keeps you cool and dry all day long.  A soft, medical-grade Hook & Loop construction ensure no chaffing.

The MFT Belly Band holster has a self-laminated fastening end that can be cut and trimmed with scissors for a custom fit.  The hard laminate trigger shield protects the firearm's trigger from unwanted intrusion. The MFT Belly Band has two elastic pockets for spare magazine, knives, flashlights and pepper spray. The holsters have two secure YKK zippered storage pockets that are ideal for credentials, cash, keys, cell phone etc. It’s ambidextrous and compatible with wide variety of firearms. The best thing about this holster there is no belt needed! It’s great for walking, jogging, hiking and biking etc. It’s designed to go wherever you go. This a great solution if you’re wearing activewear such as shorts, sweats or leggings. The MFT Belly Band holster is designed to accommodate waist sizes from 26” to 52”.

MSRP: $49.99

MFT welcomes dealers to join them in representing their innovative products to the tactical and self-defense customers. MFT values these partnerships and relationships.

If you’re looking to add MFT’s industry-leading products to your sales portfolio, please email info@mftltd.com for information on how to become a dealer.

To learn more about the MFT Belly Band holster and complete product offerings from Mission First Tactical, please visit: missionfirsttactical.com and follow us socially on Facebook or  Instagram.

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