Glock - 30 ShapeShift Shoulder Holster
ShapeShift Glock 30 Shoulder Holster by Alien Gear Holsters
A Glock 30 is a wonderful tool for carrying a whole lot of firepower in a compact package, but what if you don't want to conceal on the waistline? One of the best solutions is a Glock 30 shoulder holster, but you have to choose one carefully. Many shoulder holster designs leave a lot to be desired.
Alien Gear's ShapeShift Shoulder Holster for Glock 30 pistols has been designed to overcome the failings of the traditional shoulder holster. We think you should want to carry with yours, instead of consigning it to occasional use only.
How is ours different?
Start with the straps. The leather straps of our Glock 30 shoulder holster are joined via a clover harness, giving them independent articulation. This lets the straps find a natural resting place on the shoulders, carrying more comfortably. We also pad the front straps with our CoolVent neorpene.
The straps also have belt hooks, which anchor the holster and pull the gun tight into the body, aiding concealment.
Our Glock 30 leather shoulder holster is also adjustable, allowing you to set the holster to carry perfectly for you. The ride height of the holster itself is adjustable; set it high and tight or close to the beltline as desired. Grip cant can also be adjusted, in case you prefer to carry horizontally, at an angle or vertically.
Passive retention is also adjustable. Fitment is custom, as the holster is custom molded for the Glock 30. The ShapeShift holster shell also fully wraps the trigger guard for added security. A removable thumb break is included, in case you want to carry with one. Take it off if you don't.
We also include docking splines for up to two Alien Gear mag carriers, should you desire to carry spare ammunition.
Your Glock 30 Shoulder Holster also comes with Alien Gear's Iron-Clad Guarantee. That includes the 30 Day Test Drive trial period, during which you can return the holster for a refund if not satisfied, and a lifetime warranty on the holster itself.
There may be no better way to shoulder carry in the universe...