January 13, 2022
By Guns & Ammo Staff
CrossBreed Holsters, a leading manufacturer in the category of concealed carry, follows the launch of Smith & Wesson’s all-new CSX 9mm with the introduction of several of its top EDC holsters that accommodate this fresh micro-compact platform.
The S&W CSX breaks from the conventional trend of micro-compact defensive handguns with its aluminum alloy frame (versus polymer), hammer-fired single-action system, ambidextrous slide release and manual safety levers, and changeable magazine release buttons. Sporting a 12+1 round capacity and short 6.1-inch overall length, the new CSX 9mm is an ideal deep-conceal pistol for those who favor the feel and heft of an all-metal handgun.
In conjunction with the CSX introduction, Crossbreed Holsters stands ready with its most popular IWB holster offerings.
“We were quite humbled to be approached for early development of holsters for the incredible new S&W CSX pistol,” said Nathan Engleking, Executive Vice President - Marketing for Crossbreed Holsters. “The CSX represents a great combination of features paired with Smith and Wesson’s attention to quality. Everyone here was really impressed with this 9mm, and we think it is going to be a big hit with Smith and Wesson fans and with micro-compact fans in general.”
For the CSX debut, Crossbreed has available its top-selling SuperTuck and MiniTuck IWB holsters. Designed for comfortable, deep concealment, the SuperTuck and MiniTuck holsters feature form-fitted Kydex pockets secured to a thick leather backer for maximum support and comfort for IWB carry. Concealment is further enhanced with belt clips that allow shirts to be neatly tucked when a more formal dress appearance is required. Additional models, such as the modular Reckoning and Rogue holster systems, will soon be available for the S&W CSX.
To learn more about the wide range of Crossbreed’s IWB and OWB holster solutions for CCW and everyday carry, visit CrossbreedHolsters.com.
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