Walther PPQ M2 4 inch 9mm Cloak Tuck IWB Holster (Inside the Waistband)


Our "Cloak Tuck" Holster is an inside the waistband hybrid holster that hides your gun so well, no one will ever suspect you are carrying. It's so comfortable, you'll forget you're even wearing a holster. It also features a fully swappable plastic shell that is interchangeable for use with the Cloak Slide OWB Holster. This holster comes equipped either with our standard nylon clips, designed for 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inch belts, or our steel clips that fit belts up to 1 3/4 inches. For enhanced conceal-ability nylon "C" clips and "J" clips are also available as add-on items.

Parts Pack (2 - 1/2" screws, 4 - 3/8" screws, 4 - 5/8" screws, 2 - 1/2" rubber spacers, 4 - 3/8" rubber spacers, 4 - 5/8" rubber spacers, 1 - T Nut, 1 - Finish Washer, 1 - 3/32 Hex Key)

For more options check out some of our other comfortable concealment holsters.

Please do not wear your IWB holster at the 6:00 (small of back) position. This location could result in personal injury if you were to fall backwards.

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Somewhat Mediocre IWB Holster Review by College Carrier
I heavily researched holsters for concealed carry when I started carrying two years ago and found that everyone seemed to like the Aliengear Cloak Tuck. I bought mine for $29.95, and it arrived in good order.

I've carried with it every day for two years, and while it does have some good features it does have some bad ones.

The Cloak Tuck works wonderfully when you're straight up and down, and carrying at work in customer service meant that the majority of the day I was pretty much straight up and down. Bending over slightly even, with the holster in the 4:30 position, the gun came with me. Bending past a few degrees, though, even with care taken to shift my hips straight into line with holster, the gun flagged straight out.
The clips are wide, which makes tucking in very obvious on your belt line, but overall the actual form factor of the holster is slim and well-designed. 4/5.

This holster, when placed right, will make you forget you're wearing your gun sometimes. The wide clip spacing and leather backing makes the gun's weight and texture more distributed across your hip, and when balanced with a magazine on your opposite hip and paired with a quality belt, the holster is comfortable standing up.
Sitting down, however, it is absolutely impossible to be comfortable. Sitting in a classroom for 6-7 hours a day and driving a car a few hours at a time I found myself more and more leaving the pistol at home because the holster simply was not comfortable no matter where it was placed. The angle the gun is canted at seems to make sure that your obliques will be pressed tightly against the sharpest point on the PPQ's handgrip. With other holsters this effect is minimal, so I'm not sure what's different about the Cloak Tuck that makes it so uncomfortable to sit in.
With the leather backing it does not breathe at all, and after several hours of carrying it you will be soaked in sweat on that side from the tight seal of the leather against your skin. Wear an undershirt for best results, which often is not the best option.

Here is where I have the biggest issue with the Cloak Tuck. Myself and several friends all own various generations of the Cloak Tuck holsters and we've all had many issues with keeping the mounting screws in place. I've come home from work to find a screw loose or missing many times, and even Loctiting them in place doesn't help with the issue.
The leather backing has held up decently, after breaking the holster in it seems to still provide rigidity, but the upper corners are beginning to fray and wear away severely.
The kydex holster and belt clips are excellent, however, I have had no issues there. 3/5

Overall it's a decent holster for the money, it will positively retain the firearm through all orientations (I've laid down with it, run with it, jumped up and down, hung upside down, and never had the gun so much as budge.
It does what it's supposed to do, and it adequately conceals the gun when you're standing up.
It's uncomfortable when sitting, no matter the position it's in, and it will print like nobody's business when you bend over a little.
The screws consistently work themselves loose, and the leather wears rather quickly.

Overall I've been satisfied but not impressed with the holster. (Posted on 9/28/2018)

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