Wilderness Tactical Renegade Ankle Holster


Wilderness Tactical

Lead time on Wilderness Tactical products is 3-7 days

Front pouch for spare magazine or other

SKU: wilderness-WILDRENAUTOREVO Categories: , Tags: , , , , , , , Brand:


Design Attributes

  • Available for many snub revolvers and semi-autos. The compatibility list will continually expand as we discover which similar models also fit the available sizes.
  • The elastic ankle band is now a slightly heavier material, and we have added a Velcro-hook overlock piece for security against it coming unfastened unintentionally.
  • We use real sheepskin, not synthetic, and trim the fleece by hand to shape.
  • A vapor barrier is added behind the sheepskin fleece to reduce sweat transfer to the holster and your gun.
  • The gun pouch is made from a new custom-laminated version of the heavier elastic used on the ankle band. It is more rugged, water-resistant, and is molded and sewn to specific gun models for a proper fit (*pistols with squared trigger guards may require a slight side-to-side rocking motion to seat into the holster when new). We offer a growing variety of versions to fit many popular autos and revolvers.
  • Our version of the holster body extends below the muzzle to both conceal it and protect your ankle bone from it. This also helps prevent debris and water from getting into the muzzle.
  • Our model for semi-autos features a retention strap made of our XHD elastic webbing and it may be used in two different ways; either by a sharp pull-through draw which will force the elastic slide off of the back of most autos and release them, or by pressing with your thumb against the sewn-in ‚”pinch” and sliding it forward off of the pistol slide's rear much like using a thumb-break. This pinched area may also be grasped to pull the strap up and over the slide to secure the pistol when reholstering. Silent and extremely secure even when running, we think this new strap design works very well.
  • Please allow 1-2 weeks lead time.
  • Right-hand and left-hand models available, but stock may vary.
  • Optional Renegade Ankle Band 4″ Extension adds up to 4″ of circumference to fit over boots or around very large ankles.
  • Optional

Sizing Compatibility

Due to the ever-changing models of handguns and accessories, we have removed our model list and are asking you to enter your exact handgun and specs. We believe this is the best way for us to get you the correct size.


There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “Wilderness Tactical Renegade Ankle Holster”

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Size Chart

Our standard Original Instructor, Titanium Instructor and Frequent Flyer Belts are sized by a true measured belt size to the nearest single inch, not a two-inch range or generic small, medium, large, etc. Our Sport and Easy-Fit belts have more generous sizing, but we still strongly recommend checking your actual size. We ask that you put a cloth tape through the belt loops of the pants that you would normally wear the belt with, pulling as tightly as you typically pull a belt, and measure to the nearest single inch. If you regularly wear an in-the-waistband holster and mag pouches, we recommend you place them in your pants for measuring. Ideally, the hook fastener material on the belt tab should center evenly in the loop fastener material area on the belt body. From an ideal fit you will then have 1-3/4" of adjustment in each direction. This is usually enough of an adjustment to cinch down for something heavy on the outside of the belt or loosen the belt for an in-the-waistband holster. If your I.W.B. holster is for a particularly thick gun, you may want to assume an extra inch. You can also measure by laying your leather belt out flat on a table, and measure from the inside edge of the buckle away from the hinge to the hole that you currently use. Measure to the nearest single inch as shown. It is important that the inside length of the buckle be included in the measurement. Please do not assume the size shown on your current belt is correct. It is most common for a belt size to be 2"-3" larger than a pants size. This is because a pants size is a measurement of you, while a belt size is a measurement of you with a layer of fabric (your pants) wrapped around you. If you would like any assistance in the measuring process, please feel free to call us. A quick call is easier and cheaper for everyone than a belt exchange.