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Sticky Holster AnkleBiter
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Sticky Holster AnkleBiter

SKU 7781956
Brand Sticky Holsters
Model Number AnkleBiter
UPC 858426004214
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Product Details


  • Compatibility: Small to medium framed autos, J Frame Revolvers
  • Size: One Size Fits Most
  • Color: Black
  • Holster Style: Ankle
  • ** Required a separate IWB or Pocket Holster**


The Sticky Holsters Anklebiter Leg Rig Ankle Holster is an exciting concealment product that works in conjunction with Sticky Holster IWB/Pocket holsters, giving you yet another way to conceal carry. Using the same self-securing design as the holsters, the Anklebiter Leg Rig secures to your leg and secures your holstered pistol. It is infinitely adjustable and fits directly on your leg or on the top of a uniform boot. It's ideal for small guns, but the size of gun is only limited by the cut of your pants. You can even carry an extra magazine or knife right beside your choice of pistol. the possibilities are endless.

  • Sticky outer material eliminates need for belt loops or clips
  • Ambidextrous holster
  • Made of Proprietary Sticky Rubber Material
  • Formed by pressure and body heat from normal use
  • Modular wrap system that converts any Sticky Holster into an ankle holster
  • Ambidextrous and fully customizable for height and cant of the holster


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