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The Answer’s Hidden Benefit

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 22nd, 2006

The Tucker Answer IWB has a hidden feature with a huge benefit to your comfort. It’s what’s on the back. The Answer isn’t just a piece of leather with some kydex attached – it’s a comfort/concealment system.

There’s no hardware exposed to contact your skin or corrode, but more important the Answer is a layered sandwich with premium Hermann Oak cowhide and a comfy soft, moisture-resistant, specially treated leather backing. This black backing is what makes the Answer so comfortable, while keeping it where you put it and holding your shirt in place as well.

If you tuck your shirt over your gun, the backing on the Answer feels great against your skin, even if you wear it 18 hours a day. If you sweat, it acts as an effective moisture barrier. Note also that the stitching is a special “no rot” synthetic that will last the life of the holster. The hidden hardware is stainless. It’s no accident. It’s part of a well-designed system that adds value every day.

In the picture below, you see the black backing on a used Answer holster. I chose that picture to tell you that even after lots of use, the backing will still protect you and your gun.

The backing is part of the concealment system because you’ll find you won’t have to be fiddling with your gun and holster, calling attention to the fact you’re carrying concealed. This special backing, keeps your pants and belt from sliding downward from the weight of the gun. (Of course a good gunbelt is the first requirement.)

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Tucker knew what he was doing when he designed the Answer and hundreds of customers agree.  There are forty pages of testimonials saying just how much people love the Answer. Tucker’s special backing, the “hidden benefit,” is just one reason of many.  No wonder we have to make more and more and more.  Is it time to make your Answer? If you carry every day, then every day you’ll be glad you have “The Answer.”

 

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3 Responses to “The Answer’s Hidden Benefit”

  1. Tucker Gunleather Blog » Blog Archive » Still lovin’ your leather? Says:

    […] Note: The “chrome-tanned suede backing is the layer of leather on the side of the holster toward your body. You can read about it here. […]

  2. Michael Honchar Says:

    RE: Suede backing on IWB holsters.

    Mr. Tucker,

    I am looking for an IWP holster for my old S&W Mod 39 and have been looking to nylon or kydex since I have an honored plaque in the sweat hog hall of fame. Leather doesn’t last too long in the summer salty environment around my body. The use of suede against the body makes sense but do you have an option for a fully water proof barrier between the suede and the pistol and chrome leather, such as a layer of coated nylon fabric or sheet polypropylene?

    Thanks.

    Michael Honchar

  3. Rob Longenecker Says:

    Michael,
    We don’t have the option you are asking about. You’re not the only sweathog out there. Tucker and I live in the “Humidity Capital of Texas” and the Answer works well just as it is.
    Thanks,
    Rob

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