Clinger Holster with Clinger Cushion Pad - Anyone have one?

Clinger Holster with Clinger Cushion Pad - Anyone have one?

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    Clinger Holster with Clinger Cushion Pad - Anyone have one?

    Has anyone tried a Clinger Holster with the new Cushion Pad? I haven't heard much about it but I can't help but think it would make carrying IWB more comfy. Just not sure if it adds too much bulk to the holster/gun combo. It could be added to any holster really:

    https://clingerholsters.com/shop-now/
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    No Clinger love around here??
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    Donít know about that, but I do have a Clinger Atom. Does that sorta count?
    They do have a low price point.
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    I have a Clinger but the day the G-19 fell down my pants in church with the Clinger I decided that was the end of that. Just not reliable enough.
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    It looks like a blatant ripoff of the Sticky holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringerXD View Post
    It looks like a blatant ripoff of the Sticky holster.
    Which is a blatant ripoff of the Remora holster.

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    I don't think the comfort pad is a holster. Looks like it's a pad that Velcro's behind any of thier IWB holsters. I don't have one but it should make IWB more comfortable. I don't wear any tucked shirts and never liked Kydex against bare skin. I have something similar and it makes a world of difference.
    Velcro can be secure as long as it's kept clean and this pad idea can be used on different holsters. Doesn't seem like a bad idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forester58 View Post
    Which is a blatant ripoff of the Remora holster.
    Good point. I forgot about the Remora.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShenandoahValley View Post
    I have a Clinger but the day the G-19 fell down my pants in church with the Clinger I decided that was the end of that. Just not reliable enough.
    Explain how that happened
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    Quote Originally Posted by APX-9M View Post
    Explain how that happened
    Inquiring minds want to know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arejay View Post
    I don't think the comfort pad is a holster. Looks like it's a pad that Velcro's behind any of thier IWB holsters. I don't have one but it should make IWB more comfortable. I don't wear any tucked shirts and never liked Kydex against bare skin. I have something similar and it makes a world of difference.
    Velcro can be secure as long as it's kept clean and this pad idea can be used on different holsters. Doesn't seem like a bad idea.
    It's a holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by APX-9M View Post
    Explain how that happened
    Not supposed to slip. It slipped. https://clingerholsters.com/product/...cling-holster/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShenandoahValley View Post
    It's a holster.

    Website says it's a pad that attaches to any holster after you stick velcro on holster.
    https://clingerholsters.com/product/clinger-cushion/

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    $19 seems about $15 too much in my opinion.

    It might make the iwb holster more comfortable, but I don't know if the added bulk would be worth it. Especially if you carry a revolver.

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    I'm sure it would make a kydex iwb holster more comfortable. It looks to be thin enough to be negligible on added bulk. Easy enough to add a wedge also.
    It would take $92 dollars today to make up the purchasing power of that $20.00 dollar bill I had back in 1976 when I got out of high school.

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