The new Blackhawk Basketweave T-Series Holster is now available for Glock 17s and a light-bearing model is available. The two new Level 3 Duty (L3D) holsters are designed with a new basketweave finish to better serve the needs of on-duty law enforcement officers and are compatible with the Glock 17 pistol.
The basketweave design is a staple finish in the law enforcement community as the pattern is quite common on active-duty holsters and belts. The black leather design offers an enhanced look and feel, increasing the command presence of on-duty officers. The Blackhawk Basketweave T-Series Holster is designed to match frequently used belts, pouches and other accessories and continues the company’s long-standing legacy of duty-rated holsters.
The Blackhawk T-Series line is the world’s first dual-injected molded holster. The holster combines the company’s proven outer body strength made possible with a glass-reinforced nylon along with a soft touch inner layer that is both super slick and sound-dampening. This durable and efficient, low-friction design translates into a smooth, quiet draw or when re-holstering the sidearm. Designed to follow Blackhawk’s Master Grip Principle, all T-Series holsters have been developed to allow the user’s hand to land naturally where it should in order to deploy the sidearm.
The T-Series line is available in Level 2 and Level 3 configurations, including options for both compact and light-bearing holsters. All models are duty-rated and with their shared functionality, Blackhawk has helped solve the commonality of training with the same draw for every model holster. Whether going from concealment, Level 2 or Level 3, the draw stroke remains the same even with the holster changes making the T-Series the ideal holster to meet the needs of law enforcement and military professionals.
For more information on the new L3D basketweave holstesr for the Glock 17/19/22/23/31/32/45/47 or to view the complete line of T-Series holsters be sure to visit the company’s website.
And if basketweave isn’t your thing, here’s a look at the company’s T-series for Glock 20/21 without that treatment.