PHLSTER

Apply to become a dealer.

The PHLster Dealer Program is more than just a dealer program. It’s about changing the concealed carry market with new innovations, technology, and education. At PHLster, we do more than sell products; we’re leading the way in improving concealment tech and providing detailed educational material for our customers. Our focus is on educating customers to ensure they have the best experience with our products. We look for dealers who value customer education and support as much as we do and want to incorporate our values into every sale, including our support features and programs.
We want partners who share our values and are keen to add our extensive customer support and educational programs to all PHLster products in their stores. This effort is about creating a culture of excellence, education, and customer satisfaction, not just making sales.

Joining the PHLster dealer network means you’re part of a group that prioritizes quality, customer happiness, and a deep understanding of concealed carry. Our ideal partners are those excited about learning, teaching, and growing with us, ensuring every customer has a knowledgeable and superior experience. Join us in setting new standards for the concealed carry industry with a commitment to innovation and excellence.

Do you need extra holster length?*

*If you’re carrying a longer-muzzled gun or a revolver, adding extra holster length may not be necessary for you, but for short semiautomatic guns, it’s often helpful.

Guns with short muzzles can be top-heavy and difficult to conceal comfortably. To solve this, some holsters have extra length added to the muzzle end. Like the keel on a boat, the extra muzzle length helps balance the holster, making it more comfortable and easier to conceal. This is especially true if you have a bit of a belly, which tends to push the grip out more and make the muzzle dig in.

Note that while extra muzzle length reduces grip printing, it can increase muzzle printing, which can be a concern with lower carry positions and tight fitting pants such as leggings or yoga pants. 

Learn more about the Keel Principle here.