All N82 Tactical holsters have one thing in common: the large, multi-layered back panel completely shields the gun from your body. Why is that significant? The soft panel separates the gun from your sometimes-sweaty body parts, and your body from the rough, abrasive, and oily gun parts. That’s one of the reasons I like using them in the outdoor sauna known as the Lowcountry of South Carolina. The large back panel makes a world of difference when it comes to all day carry comfort, especially in hot weather when you’re unlikely to be wearing layers of clothing.
All of the N82 Tactical models I’ve tried work exceptionally well when carrying while wearing shorts and t-shirt. They all use a three-layer panel construction comprised of leather, neoprene, and suede leather. The suede layer’s texture rests against your body and is not only comfortable, but also provides a friction hold that helps keep the holster and gun stable. (That’s the primary reason that all previous N82 models have only a single clip to attach to the belt.) The middle layer is neoprene. You know, the stuff James Bond and evil henchmen scuba divers use to stay dry during those epic underwater fight scenes. (Thunderball anyone?)
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