Firm Belly Band Holster for Gun with Light
Semi-Breathable Belly Band Holster for Guns with Light
Breathable Belly Band Holster for Guns with Light
Cross Draw Belly Band with Light
Our universal fit belly band holsters will be your everyday concealed carry partner. We make them out of breathable rubber gentle to your skin and a sturdy band to hold the firearm and EDC items. This makes it the most comfortable gun holster, ready for your daily adventures. We hand sew our bands in-house using the traditional method that results in sturdier and more reliably stitched concealment holsters.
Completely without the need of traditional belt FALCOs concealed carry belly bands are ready for over 2000 pistols and 900 revolvers. All of our belly bands are ideal for sport, so you might find your favorite belly band holster for running, hiking, biking, or basically any sport you love. Each belly holster features one pouch for your firearm. It is designed to fit handguns of all sizes and hold them securely thanks to the Velcro safety strap or Kydexs natural retention. You can choose one of the three belly band styles, made from combinations of breathable and firm rubber, which will be built exactly to your needs.
You already looked everywhere, but still, have a hard time finding a good red dot compatible belly band? Worry no more. We've got your back!
With Falco, you can pick from various designs of ultimate belly band holsters compatible with pistols with high sights or red dots such as Romeo, Trijicon, Vortex, Holosun, and others. Simply pick the red dot option in our configurator and enjoy your new belly band compatible with your favorite attachments.
Belly band holsters for guns with light from our workshop are built to fit your lights perfectly. Falco holsters are compatible with lasers & lights such as TLR, Crimson Trace, surefire, Olight, Insight, LaserMax, Klarus, and others. Let us know your setup via our configurator and we will assure a perfect fit.
Our Belly holsters are soft to the skin and were designed to be light and comfortable. Perfect for carrying on your morning run, but during every other activity too. The appendix carry belly band is made from firm sturdy rubber which means it is heavier and more tactical.
The customer's favorite is the Semi-breathable Belly Band which combines the advantages of both. Soft and comfortable around your body, with a firm rubber holster to hold your firearm. The semi-breathable version is also available as a cross-draw holster or lightbearing cross-draw version Each Belly Band offers 4 additional pouches for extra magazines and other everyday carry items which enhances its usability in your everyday life.
Every ccw belly band can be custom-made as a revolver holster. We will accommodate not only subcompact and compact pistols but favorite full-size handguns such as 1911 or K frame S&W revolvers. It does not matter what firearm you choose we will make it feel like a feather in our belly band holsters for concealed carry. Besides all that, Falco Holsters can be made as left-handed holsters too. So if you are a left-handed shooter, simply select a left-hand option in our configurator and enjoy!
Make sure to try our new and famous belly band holster with Kydex. A belly band holster with a trigger guard is the revolution of comfortable EDC. The belly band with Kydex is perfect for times when you do not want to carry a holster inside a waistband. This innovative holster makes you secure even under difficult conditions. The Kydex custom holster protects the trigger guard, keeps your sweat away from your pistol, and can be also worn separately as a regular outside the waist band OWB holster for open carry.
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Concealed carry gear isn’t a simple “buy once cry once” type of affair. Any gun owner worth their salt who has done their due diligence in regards to research and training likely has an entire box of holsters sitting around somewhere in their house. Not necessarily because those concealment holsters in that box are bad but because as we learn and grow as gun owners or people, our preferences, needs, and styles of concealment or carrying will change with us. One of the hardest times to carry a gun is during the summer when clothing options are quite limited and the risk of printing is higher than ever due to generally shorter clothing. That is why I often choose to field a belly band during the summer so that I can remain inconspicuously armed even when enjoying a day on the beach. Today we will discuss the merits of the belly band method of concealed carry.
A belly band differs from a standard holster in a number of ways and foremost among them is the fact that the belly band doesn’t require you to be wearing a belt to carry your gun. In fact, you could be wearing no clothing at all and still make use of a belly band but that would likely get you into more trouble than the gun itself.
A belly band usually consists of a single piece of elastic material that is cut to various sizes to fit different people. The elastic will usually have a pocket cut out for it that can accept a compact, sub-compact, or micro-compact sized firearm without issue, although I have had great success attempting to cram a full-sized 1911 pistol into some of my own belly band. It is for this reason that I think a belly band makes for a great deep concealment holster option.
This compartment for your pistol is usually made from the same material as the rest of the belly band but some companies often opt to add in either leather sides to create a more rigid area where the holster covers the trigger or choose to include a Kydex insert that fits in between the layers of the belly band for greater retention and safety factor. In short, a belly band offers you a great amount of versatility in both how you wear it and when you wear it over a standard holster.
Falco also makes their own version of the belly band which has some great features that make it an attractive option for first-time users of the belly band concept. Falco makes their B105 Belly Band for both left and right-handed shooters and the band comes in seven different sizes ranging from extra small all the way up to double XL.
Falco Markets their belly band as being a “Breathable” belly band holster which in reference to one of the failings of the belly band concept means that you’ll sweat a lot less using their breathable elastic material over an entirely elastic belly band. This should make all-day carrying very comfortable especially if you choose to wear an undershirt underneath the belly band.
Falco’s B103 Belly Band is made from a very comfortable black nylon which is also breathable as stated earlier. In addition to the main compartment used to holster your firearm, the B103 also has accommodation for 2 spare magazines as well as additional space for documents or other small items you may want to conceal on your person.
As opposed to their B103 belly band which has only nylon siding for the firearm compartment, the B105 Belly Band includes a removable Kydex insert that keeps your trigger covered against any intrusion into the trigger guard which could lead to an accidental discharge. This offers users peace of mind and also helps retain the firearm without the need for a strap which may hinder a quick draw.
For starters, the construction quality and durability of the B105 is better than any other belly band on the market. Where other belly bands are often looked at like disposable items of clothing, the Falco Belly band has a 5-year limited warranty and so far has held up to sweat, washing, and daily movement for several months now without letting up. If you’re currently an appendix carrying a Kydex holster, the belly band can be used as an appendix Kydex holster but would eliminate the need for a traditional belt to hold up the holster.
Another feature I like is the addition of the Kydex shell which not only better protects the trigger, but it also allows for the fielding of more complex handguns like my Sig Sauer P365 which has received several modifications including the addition of a Mischief Machine Omega Grip module, a TLR7-Sub weapon light, and a Trijicon RMRcc red dot sight.
These alterations to the firearm will usually eliminate the ability for you to efficiently use a belly band and other concealable holsters (as the light or railed dust cover can snag the nylon). The addition of the Kydex shell allows all these attachments to be used without worry and will still give you great retention without needing to remove a retention strap before drawing.
If you’re still in the group of people that conceal carry revolvers. Falco makes a belly band compatible Kydex holster for revolvers that can be attached or detached to the belly band at will. This once again makes the belly band one of my favorite concealed carry holsters for revolvers.
The belly band is my favorite method of carrying throughout the entire year regardless of what I am wearing. It's versatile, completely safe, and extremely efficient when you properly train with your setup. If you’re interested in trying out a belly band or have already tried out several belly bands and just aren’t satisfied with the performance of other brands, I can safely recommend the Falco B105 belly band for those that want an easier time switching from a normal holster to a belly band, or the B103 which has no Kydex option but can field nearly any handgun on the market without the need for specific fitment. Belly Bands in general make great concealed carry holsters for women due to their versatility with many types of clothing. All of these features make the B105 one of the most comfortable concealed carry holster options in Falco’s lineup. Is the B105 the most comfortable Sig P365 Holster? I certainly think so!