Hot Little Holster

The Hidden Heat Lace II reminded me a lot of a holster-type product I once saw in which you unzipped your fly to whip out your rod. This soft and feminine elastic lace undergarment has ample stretch that comfortably hugs a woman’s curves while offering gentle tummy control. There’s a generous 5″ pocket that holds a wide variety of handguns, plus there’s a retention strap to secure the gun. The strap can also be tucked in for a faster draw.

Velcro and lace style waist holster

Velcro and lace style waist holster

The specially designed support system is typically sewn into corsets for optimal staying power and support. The bones are incorporated into side strips on each side of the holster helping to eliminate sagging for larger and heavier firearms. There’s cushioned 3/16″ padding and a Polyurethane Laminate moisture proof barrier between your gun and your body. Hidden Heat Lace measures 5″ wide in the back and tapers to 4″ wide in the front. It’s ambidextrous for right or left handed ladies and secures with an 8″ Velcro adjustable closure.

Scott Mayer

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Scott Mayer

Scott Mayer

Writer at John1911
Mayer began his outdoor industry career in 1993 on the NRA Technical Staff where he became American Rifleman magazine first Shooting Editor. Mayer left NRA and entered the business end of publishing in 2003 as Advertising Account Executive for Safari Club International SAFARI Magazine and Safari Times newspaper. In 2006, Mayer was named Publisher of Shooting Times magazine where he was also tasked with launching and leading Personal Defense TV, the first television show of its kind.

In 2008, Mayer returned to the editorial side of publishing, this time in the digital field, as Editorial Director for Guns & Ammo, Shooting Times, Handguns and Rifleshooter online magazines. After a brief stint in 2011 as the Digital Media Director for an ABC TV affiliate, Mayer returned to the outdoors industry and Safari Club International where he is currently Assistant Publisher and Multi-Media Communications Editor.
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  • Mikial

    This is a major improvement over the bra holsters . . I think so at least. I’ll pass this along to my wife to see what she thinks. She is a fit and well endowed woman, but the bra holsters have never appealed to her.

    • These are much more real world friendly than bra-holsters. For a pile of reasons.

      Marky

      • Mikial

        The bra holsters a) seem dangerous since the muzzle is pointing to the side, b) they would only work for a very small gun and it would seem like the gun would print in a normal T-shirt, particularly for a smaller woman, c) Drawing the weapon would be cumbersome and slow, particularly if she had a couple of layers of shirts on, d) perspiration could be a big issues, e) it doesn’t look all that comfortable.