To allow you to take the same holster that you use in your belt and use it beltless, Neomag came out with the ALIAS Beltless Receiver.
The alias system has always offered three things and brought those things to the beltless; modularity, strength, and concealment.
If you want to carry beltless, you need as much stability as possible. Using the Tegris material allows the beltless attachment to form to your body while offering a lot of stability.
Combined with the Tegris material, the Ulti Clips really round out the stability of this platform giving you “belt-like" stability with your ALIAS clip equipped holster.
Deep Concealment For Low Vis Work
For those working in a low-vis environment such as undercover street cops, Federal agents, or even some of our top-tier military units; being able to confidently carry a pistol without detection is critical.
Combining the Neomag ALIAS with the right holster will reduce the visual signature of your concealed carry pistol all while providing increased retention of your holster on your belt and improved comfort.
Although the ALIAS system works with many holsters, these are two of our favorites.
Best Holster For The Neomag ALIAS
Using the word ‘best’ is subjective and different for each person. The two concealed carry holsters that I’ve personally used that work really well with the ALIAS system are Tenicor and ANR Kydex Holsters.
The Tenicor VELO enhances your ability to carry a gun every day, even in tailored or athletic-fit clothing. Slim with no excess, the VELO reduces the gun’s profile.
The belt runs across the raised trigger bar creating a camming action that rotates the grip of the gun into the body. This is complemented by the multi-angled muzzle wedge which raises the muzzle away from the lower abdomen, rotating the pistol grip into the body.
The wedge also has a 25-degree angle, which allows it to sit flat on the body and works together with the rotation of the trigger bar wedge.