DeSantis unveils mag pouches for Sig Sauer P365

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New offerings from DeSantis allow Sig P365 users to tote mags on their belt line. (Photo: DeSantis)

Amid the interest surrounding the newest Sig Sauer carry pistol, the Sig P365, holster maker DeSantis is now offering magazine pouches specifically designed for P365 mags.

Introducing five total models, the company adds Sig P365 fits to the Double Magazine Pouch, S.S. Single Magazine Pouch, FTU Magazine Pouch, Reliant Mag Pouch and Hidden Cache Mag Pouch.

Kicking off new models is the Double Magazine Pouch, featuring a snap-to-the-belt style. The pouch is created to be carried horizontal or vertical and can accommodate belt widths up to 1 3/4-inches. The pouch tops its design off with a fully adjustable dual tension device. MSRP is $52.

The S.S. Single Magazine Pouch also boasts an adjustable tensioning device, but works alongside belts 1 1/2-inches wide. The belt loop on the pouch provides a slight angle to aid in retrieval of magazines. Available in right or left handed configuration, the S.S. Single Mag Pouch is priced at $37.

The F.T.U. Magazine Pouch, available in right or left handed models, delivers a 1 1/2-inch vertical belt loop. Featuring an adjustable tension screw, the pouch comes in just under $40.

Offering an ambidextrous design, the Reliant is crafted from premium grade American Steer hide with the owner’s choice of black or tan. Mounting to belts 1 3/4-inches wide, the Reliant keeps the mag high and tight for easy use. The Reliant is priced at $49.

Rounding out the options is the Hidden Cache Mag Pouch with a tuckable IWB style. The pouch can be adjusted for both height and cant, touting a C Style Clip. An optional J Clip is also available for purchase. The Hidden Cache is priced at $49.

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