The Ankle Glove Now Available For Glock 48


Galco is excited to introduce the Ankle Glove™ for the popular Glock 48!

Long considered the gold standard of ankle holsters, the Ankle Glove is beloved by serious gun carriers who need deep concealment of either a primary or backup handgun. Those who carry concealed all day every day, year in and year out, find the Ankle Glove so comfortable they forget it’s there – until their handgun is needed.

The Ankle Glove’s wide neoprene ankle band with hook-and-loop closure offers extended wearing comfort and unmatched security. Additional comfort is provided by sheepskin padding between the holster and ankle. It also features a reinforced thumb break for speed of draw and detailed molding for firearm retention.

Constructed of premium saddle leather stitched to a neoprene band, the Ankle Glove accommodates ankles up to 13″ in circumference. An optional Boot Extender™ is available for those who wish to wear it over boots or have larger ankles. The Ankle Glove may be worn with or without the optional adjustable Ankle Calf Strap (sold separately).

Available in black, the Ankle Glove retails for $129.

Galco International, LTD is the designer and manufacturer of the Galco holster brand, the premier American-made line of superb-quality holsters, belts and accessories. Encompassing law enforcement, military, defensive and sporting use, the Galco brand utilizes leather, nylon, injection-molded plastic and Kydex® to meet the demands of today’s consumers. The award-winning Matrix™ line of holsters and accessories, women’s holster handbags, tactical slings and hunting accessories round out the line. All Galco products are proudly made in the USA since 1969.

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