Pistol Wear Sport

(11 customer reviews)


One of the best holsters for active women. Great for exercising & jogging. The Pistol Wear Sport is in stock & ready to ship.


See drawing, sizing and more details in the description below!



This holster is comfortable, lightweight, and can accommodate a variety of carry positions. It features a breathable belt to allow heat to pass through, noise-free access to the firearm and the pouch is both perspiration and solvent resistant. The pouch size can accommodate some full-size semi-autos and will fit compact semi-autos or smaller revolvers. A 10″ accessory belt extension can be purchased separately.

  • Designed for concealed carry use with athletic apparel or casual dress
  • Designed for compact semi-autos and small revolvers
  • The firearm is completely enclosed in a pouch and does not touch the skin
  • Ambidextrous capability


Draw video clip from Concealed Carry For Women Online Course. Click the clip for more info.



Available in two waist sizes

10″ Strap Extension available ($6)


Additional information

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs
Strap/Band Size


Reviews (11)

11 reviews for Pistol Wear Sport

  1. Marsha

    I wear dress yoga pants for work. This works well with them and is a stable way to carry every day without a stiff belt.

  2. Staci Williams

    I bought this to use with either a Glock 42 or 43 while on walks and runs. The idea is great, but wearing it…not so much. It’s so bulky. Imagine wearing a full out full size fanny pack attached to a weight lifting belt under your running shirt – that’s the size of it. The gun does stay dry, even with lots of sweating during runs. I didn’t have a problem with the pouch bouncing around – I cinched it super tight – but I certainly noticed that my neighbor was staring at my mid section when we were talking. This is more of a carry pouch than a conceal pouch. As another reviewer said, the gun moves around in there during a run. Not much confidence in a super fast draw. I wouldn’t buy this one again.

  3. Kim

    I have been using the 4″ belly band for years and was never completely satisfied for it with jogging. I had to tighten it so much that it wasn’t comfortable and it would slide up with jogging. My husband got me this for Christmas. I’ve been using it for 3 months now and I’m quite pleased. My weapon stays dry (no longer drenched in sweat). It doesn’t bounce as I jog. I do wish there were room to store another magazine, but that’s a small price to pay for being comfortable on my jogs. I carry either a S&W 380 Bodyguard or a Sig P238. I am 5’2″ and usually wear a size 4-6 and have the short length holster. I do have a shorter body, so hiding a gun on my torso is a problem. I wear a looser tank top and while it does make me appear to have the mommy pooch, there isn’t a way to hide a gun on a small frame without sacrificing something. I will sacrifice vanity for security. It does move up onto my waist as I jog so I have tightened it to fit there. That does make the draw awkward, but it nothing that can’t be overcome with practice. Overall, I’m happy with this holster. It doesn’t chafe me like the edge of the Velcro did on the 4″ belly band.

  4. Mary

    I have been looking for a holster that I could run with for a very long time and as a matter of fact I had this holster bookmarked for quite a few weeks. What was I waiting for you may ask? I am tired of buyers remorse and paying for shipping both ways. Ugh that’s the worse. I was sure that this goofy looking holster couldn’t possibly be what was described, I hate fanny packs and that is what this looked like. Then one day I decided that the world is crazy and running without a weapon was more dangerous than something I may have to return. LOVE LOVE LOVE what in the world was I waiting for? It is EVERYTHING that is described. Light weight, holds my sig 380 secure without and bouncing, no sweat material and I can carry my ccw and phone. What else could a girl ask for?

  5. Cindy

    I have now been using this holster for 6 months to run. It is as secure and comfortable on my longs runs as it is on my short runs. I also use it when doing races and no one notices it at all. I carry a Kimber ultra carry 1911 in .45 caliber and it does not bulge or move around and stays nice and dry and I position it on the front of my hips in the belly area. I had to practice the draw quite a bit to get comfortable with it as it fully encloses the gun, but feel very comfortable doing it now in no more time than it takes with a regular IWB holster. I would very much recommend this band to my running friends. When this one wears out, I will be buying another one just like it.

  6. Karla

    I use this holster for running and it works very well. I can fit my Bodyguard and my cell phone in the pouch which rounds it out nicely. This holster stays at my waist and does not bounce. It also washes well in a hand-wash bag. I did have to file down some of the corners because they were a little sharp.

  7. Teresa

    I use a Pistol Wear Sport for running. I tried fitting it above my shorts line, but it stuck out too far, so I moved it above the muffin top and right below the bra line (B cup). It fit great for my P238 w/laser. The pocket was big enough for it to fit placed vertically. Stayed in place perfectly. I bought the standard size thinking I would be wearing it at waist level (32″ waist), but it still fit around the rib area (28″). I had it tightened as far as it would go. I wear a sleeveless easy breathe workout shirt. I didn’t have any bouncing issues. The snap to hold the pocket closed it really just a magnet clasp (like on a purse). It is easy to get past when doing a fast draw. I am very happy with this product. Coyotes and other predators beware.

  8. Linda

    My husband gave me a PW Sport holster for my birthday. I have found it to be comfortable and easy to use. I wear it walking and jogging, but have also I used it when going out to run errands. I am happy with the holster because I feel much safer when out exercising.

  9. Jamie

    I use the PT-2 for walking and jogging. I have been using it for a while and find it to be comfortable. I am not concerned about my Walther as it does not bounce or move. I do wear the holster snug. I do have a small frame and I am not that tall, but I can still carry either on the front side of my body or in a rear carry position in the small of my back. I do not wear skin tight shirts, but under a semi fitted shirt, I can still use this holster. Overall I am happy with this holster option for fitness use.

  10. Melissa

    I’ve been using this holster for about 6 months to run with. I do marathons/half marathons. The holster does keep the gun dry, which is great. However, it does bounce really bad. I can only wear it if I tighten my fuel belt over the top, that prevents bouncing, but it gets uncomfortable after awhile. It bulges REALLY awkwardly when worn in the front (even with loose clothing), so I wear it behind me to not draw so much attention to it. Whether the holster is in front or behind, the draw is just awkward, so I never run with a round chambered. Despite a lot of practice, I’m a little worried I’d shoot myself on the draw because the gun is in a pouch and it rarely stays in place. It bounces a lot and I kind of have to go “digging” for it. I wish I could find a better running holster to fit my sub compact 9mm.

  11. Nicole

    I purchased this holster for use with my Glock 26 so I can carry when I go running by myself. The idea of this holster is good but the delivery not so much. There is no actual holster in the pouch for your gun, it just sits inside there so it bounces around once you get moving. I was able to conceal it just under my sports bra under a baggy t shirt but once I got running it slid down to my waist and bounced with every step. I was able to eventually get the holster tight enough to so that it wouldn’t slide or bounce but then I wasn’t able to breath well while running. When you get the holster tight against you and start moving the strap on it won’t stay where its supposed to directly over the front of the gun so the strap either ends up under or above it making it bulge weird. This could be a good option if you’re looking to conceal under looser fitting shirts just for everyday use but as a sport holster not so much.

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