Fenix Flashlight Holsters (ALP-MT)

(53 customer reviews)

$16.00 $14.00


Practical, small holster for flashlights, knives, and multi-tools. Wide compatibility with adjustable lid. Secured by the strap with snap fastener or detachable bungee cord. Made from Cordura 700D Fabric; resistant to tears, scuffs and abrasions.

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Wide compatibility with Fenix flashlight models:

  • With Head downward:
    • TK Series:  TK09, TK15UE and TK16
  • With the head upward/downward
    • PD Series:  PD32, PD35, PD35TAC
    • LD Series:  LD12 and LD22
    • E Series:  E30R, E35UE
    • UC Series:  UC30, UC35

53 reviews for Fenix Flashlight Holsters (ALP-MT)

  1. Patrick C. (verified owner)

    Seems like a good holster, but I haven’t used it yet because I use the clip

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  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Kind of big. Bigger than the original. I purchased this to replace the original that melted through when I was driving in a car and must have pushed the on button. I put this on the shelf and went back to the damaged case.

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    • Dianne (store manager)

      You can reach out to warranty on that.

  3. Tom P. (verified owner)

    Kind of bulky, and was hoping for horizontal carry option.

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  4. Jeff (verified owner)

    Not sure which flashlight the holster was intended for but it is much too bulky and wide for a PD35TAC. Its dimensions reminded me of a pouch for double column pistol magazines. Sure enough, a Glock 15-rd G22 mag fits well. So I suspect this is mostly a rebranded pistol magazine pouch, which likely kept the cost down but is than ideal for 1” diameter lights. It is very well constructed and should last through heavy use. But the pouch lacks the proper vertical stitched anchor point on the back webbing to allow the bungee cord to align properly for holding the flashlight instead of the Velcro strap. I really enjoy the thoughtful of my Fenix lights, but this holster is not well thought out for most Fenix lights. It should be about half as wide and have a proper anchor point for the bungee cord. Also a belt loop either adjustable or sized for more typical belts.

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  5. Ronald Spilker (verified owner)

    Would have been nice to know that it’s only attachment, is MOLLE before I bought it. Seems well made otherwise. Not terribly useful as a belt holster.

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    So I bought 2 of these for my E25UE Flashlights. Honestly, they looked a little “puzzling” when I saw them on the Fenix site but when I received them in person, I was like “what in the world???”. This is the most over-engineered holster that I’ve ever seen. There are snaps, loops, a bungee, some velcro, and a rivet hole (for drainage???). I’m a college educated guy, but it took a bit of studying and a YouTube video to figure out that the bungee cord was just an alternate way to attach this holster to something else instead of a belt (backpack maybe? I don’t know). I eventually figured out how to remove the bungee (God help me if I ever need to put it back, lol) and how to adjust the velcro to allow for my long/tall light. My opinion is that my E25UE light is too long for this holster even though the Fenix site says it fits an E25 light. Almost half of the length of my light is exposed on each side of the holster which means that only half of the light is actually snug in the holster part. This makes me a bit uncomfortable that it might fall out of the holster while bending down or doing something other than just walking. Additionally, the belt loop is about 4” wide “vertically” so unless you’re wearing a 4” wide belt, the holster is going to slide up and down and move/twist around way too much. For durability, I think this holster would withstand a CAT5 Hurricane or Nuclear Disaster, so kudos there, but I really think you all put waaay too much thought into some things, but not enough into others.

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  7. Dan (verified owner)

    The material looks like it will hold up well. Using the velcro on both sides of the top flap makes it adjustable to any height.

    My problem is that it states it works with the E25UE, and it does, just not well. The opening is far too large, which allows the flashlight to angle itself out of the flap. If I were to use this holster as an EDC, I am going to end up losing it when it falls out while I’m riding my ATV or snowmobile.

    It’s probably fine for a larger battery light, but not a AA sized light.

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