The Soteria Floral 'Nellie' Custom OWB Holster by Soteria Leather is named for Nellie Bly, a journalist, but so much more. Read about Nellie at the bottom of this page. This custom holster is the 'Thrasos with Body Shield' featuring a beautifully crafted hand-tooled design.
As with all of the custom holsters from Soteria Leather, the holsters are efficient and beautifully constructed.
The following information can also be found for the 'Thrasos with Body Shield'.
The 'Thrasos with Body Shield' Custom OWB Holster by Soteria Leather is a favorite handgun holster because of the holster belt straps and the body shield comfort.
The straps that wrap around your gun belt are small, but durable. This feature ensures that your concealed gun will not be seen. A loose outer garment, a t-shirt or a jacket, is all you will need for handgun concealment.
The body shield covers the back of the handgun, the hammer, and the back sight. The body shield is a good option if you are wearing a garment that you do not want the concealed gun to rub against.
Make it 'yours'
The Name: Thrasos was the "Spirit of Boldness" in Greek Mythology.
NOTE #1: The Soteria Floral 'Nellie' Custom OWB Holster by Soteria Floral is shown with Rhinestone Snaps, that do not come standard with this holster.
NOTE #2 You must order the Rhinestone Snaps separately. Please see link below.
This concealed carry holster is available for the following weapons, and probably more. Please check the "Weapon Options" for a complete list.
NOTE: A second row of stitching is an option for Soteria Leather's Custom Holsters. The picture is just showing an example of the stitching.
NOTE: The Swarovski Crystals Snaps Option is available for Custom Holsters from Soteria Leather. The picture is showing an 'example' of the Swarovski Crystals Snaps.
NOTE: The Coin & Metal Snaps Option is available for Custom Holsters from Soteria Leather. The picture is showing an 'example' of the Coin & Metal Snaps.
Leather Color Options
Nellie Bly (May 5, 1864 – January 27, 1922) was the pen name of American journalist Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman. She was also a writer, industrialist, inventor, and a charity worker who was widely known for her record-breaking trip around the world in 72 days, in emulation of Jules Verne's fictional character Phileas Fogg, and an exposé in which she faked insanity to study a mental institution from within. She was a pioneer in her field, and launched a new kind of investigative journalism. (Compliments of Wikipedia)