Alien Gear unleashes new ShapeShift MOLLE holster

Alien Gear officially announced the latest holster to hit its carry arsenal, adding the ShapeShift MOLLE holster to its lineup.

The ShapeShift MOLLE holster allows users to carry a firearm or spare magazines on an array of military-style webbing, commonly found on tactical backpacks, duffle bags and plate carriers.

Engineered from premium polymer, the MOLLE holster’s smooth texture glides onto standard and nonstandard PALS webbing while the double pronged holster base offers stability. The holster can fit the height of two or three PALS webbing strips due to the patent pending MOLLE locks.

Available in regular and extended sizes, the locks slide onto the end of the holster’s prongs anchoring the holster. The rig offers 360-degree rotation with custom retention and adjustable ride height. The ShapeShift MOLLE retails for $49.88.

In addition to launching the ShapeShift MOLLE, the new Cloak Mod OWB MOLLE holster is available in over 500 guns with a bevy of customization options. Boasting the same MOLLE locks as the ShapeShift MOLLE, the Cloak Mod quickly mounts to PALS webbing. The Cloak MOD also touts the same price as the ShapeShift, coming in just under $50.

Alien Gear’s MOLLE obsession doesn’t end there, as the company also launched a MOLLE adapter designed to fit the company’s ShapeShift line of holsters. The adapter offers a modest price tag of $15.88.

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