Being slight of build, when thinking of concealed carry holsters, I usually am reviewing inside the waistband (IWB) holsters. These holsters allow firearms to be concealed a little easier because of how they carry the firearm inside the pants as opposed to outside. I have worn outside the waistband (OWB) on several occasions. OWB holsters are inherently more comfortable because the gun is not against your body so much. For those who have the ability to wear a jacket or maybe a looser cover shirt, OWB holsters are a great option. I checked out a company by the name of Concealment Solutions. They make several styles of holster, but the one I tested is their ‘Cobra’ model. It is an OWB, pancake style, kydex holster. I liked the quality and thickness of the kydex they use. The form was very tight for my Glock 27 and had a really nice, positive ‘click’ when I had my gun in it. It covers the trigger guard really well, and the holster was curved nicely to make it hug close to the body. I find this curve is really important for an OWB holster, because it can really help in concealment. The fasteners are what I really liked about the holster. They are not traditional ‘loop’ style fasteners. They work by sliding over top of the belt, on either side and kind of ‘sandwiching’ the belt in the middle. This makes putting it on and taking it off a breeze, which anyone who wears a holster with belt loops knows is a pain. Surprisingly, the retention of the belt clips was super strong. This was a concern of mine, because the last thing you want is the holster coming off with the gun when you draw. I had no concerns that this would happen once I tested this out over and over again. Concealment Solutions prices are comparable to other holster manufacturers, and they offer a great warranty. Can’t go wrong with these holsters.