About the Tulster Profile Series
The Tulster Profile Holster is the original, minimalistic, low-profile inside the waistband holster from Tulster. Thanks to the minimal hardware and simple design, the Profile is exceedingly easy to customize and begin carrying.
Monoblock/Metal Clip Installation
Soft Loop Installation
Thick Belt Installation & Setup
The Profile+ Series combines optic compatibility with the original Tulster holster, the IWB Profile Series. We strategically re-engineered the molds and trim paths for the Profile Series and maintained its
For thinner belts, you may need to remove the included 1/8” rubber spacers to allow the clip to properly hook the bottom of the belt.
ATTENTION: The Quick Clip hardware (screws) is left loose on purpose — we don’t want to squash the rubber spacers before you have the opportunity to adjust your desired cant.
Unlike our other holsters, the light-bearing models do not feature a “trigger-guard” based retention system. Due to the increased surface area added by the light attachment, a “snappy” trigger-guard retention
The Profile and the OATH Both holsters have a lot to offer, so let’s review their respective features so you can choose which option is right for you. The Profile
No. Every holster and mag carrier comes standard with a 1.5″ clip. Additional hardware such as soft loops, the Alias System or 1.75″ clips will need to be purchased separately.
Check your clip, loop and screws on a regular basis to ensure everything is still secure and in place. Wash and wipe down the holster or mag carrier when needed
Absolutely not! Real carbon fiber would be a terrible material to make holsters or mag carriers. Our carbon fiber patterned holsters are actually made from Boltaron 4332 with an eye
The Profile holster was designed specifically for appendix carry and will only be advertised as such. We do however have customers that tell us that the holster also works well
Absolutely! Even though Kydex is really forgiving, if you actually train with your weapon, ANY holster will cause “holster wear”. Let’s be honest, your carry gun is a tool that