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Holstery Launches New Tactical Tool Holster

November 27, 2019
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Moscow, Idaho based product company Holstery has announced the launch of their new tactical tool holsters, designed with utility, quality, as well as their client's convenience in mind. Their tactical tape measure holster has been available for a couple of months, while the tactical hammer holster launched a couple of weeks ago. Both of these items, however, have already received positive comments from the company's customers. More information on the tactical holsters is available here:

As Holstery's motto “Carry Better” suggests, the purpose of their products is to provide their customers with a way to carry their tools and construction equipment in a better, more convenient fashion. According to Holstery, pairing every customer’s hard work with a convenient way to carry their tools is the best way to ensure their projects always come to fruition. These premium holsters are built by hand in North Idaho from the finest materials available, and they come with a lifetime warranty. The company states that they are willing to offer their customers free repairs or replacements if anything ever goes wrong with their products.

For the moment, Holstery sells two products through their website and Amazon page, both designed for tools common in the the construction, maintenance, and home inspection industries. Their Holstery TapeMaster is their oldest product at the moment, having launched during the earlier months of 2019. This product is designed to help handymen who need to carry a tape measure with them all day to easily complete their jobs or any carry out any projects in their homes.

Holstery TapeMaster on the belt

Josh Hartung, the founder of Holstery, states, "I struggled with 'old school' tool holsters for years. I went through dozens of tool belts which were bulky, uncomfortable, and poorly made. I started Holstery to build the best tool holsters out of tactical materials. If it's good enough for the military or police, you can be sure it will give you years of service on the jobsite."

Holstery describes their TapeMaster as a solution that addresses most of the issues that similar products have. They assert that it grips better to their client's belt and does not let go easily by accident. They also come with a replaceable belt clip designed to hold bigger, heavier objects, which ensures that each holster can hold the measuring tape in place regardless of what the carrier may be doing. Despite its durable construction, the holster features an ultra-light body as it is riveted with aircraft-grade hardware.

Their Holstery HammerMaster is a similar product, though designed to fulfill an entirely different need. While hammers are among the most useful tools in any project, they are also among those most commonly lost. This is likely due to the fact that hammers tend to be among the first things that are set down in odd places during a given project.

Holstery HammerMaster on belt

The HammerMaster Holster is designed with a custom-formed loop made of stainless steel rod, which is bent to produce a big target that pulls the hammer close to the carrier's body. This serves to ensure that it is within comfortable reach at any given time. Aside from this, it shares many qualities with the TapeMaster holster, including durability, lifetime warranty, and lightweight construction.

Both of these products have received several customer reviews on the company's Amazon page, where clients share their opinions. The Holstery TapeMaster and Holstery HammerMaster boast a review score of 4.5 and 5 stars respectively (out of 5), placing them firmly among the best-rated holsters for this price range.

One of their most recent customer reviews, written by Philip Good on Amazon, states that the holster is, "Very durable and functional. The fact that it has a clip is nice too, you don’t have to weave it through your belt each morning. I’m enjoying using this holder. I was using a Milwaukee tape measure and it was very difficult to slide in. I’m not bashing the holder, just keep in mind that certain tapes might fit better with this product. I recently bought a Klein tape measure and it works very well with the holder. Strongly recommend this product!"

The company's website includes more information on the Holstery products, including a thorough description of their features. Interested parties are welcome to reach out to Josh Hartung for further details as well.

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About Holstery:

Holstery helps you carry better. Fusing tactical materials with clever design, Holstery builds tool holsters that blow the traditional guys out of the water.

Contact Holstery:

Josh Hartung
PO Box 8162
Moscow, ID 83843

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January 23, 2020Initial Reviews Shower Holstery’s Hammer Holder With Positive Comments

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