SHOULDER HOLSTERS ALSO PROVIDE CROSS-DRAW ACCESS
A cross-draw holster does not need to be mounted on the belt. Although not as popular as they once were, the shoulder holster is another cross-draw option. The shoulder holster, such as the Miami Classic from Galco Gun Leather, may be more viable for some shooters, particularly if they drive long distances on a regular basis. It may be the best way to keep the carry gun free of the seatbelt, but concealment is heavily dependent on clothing such as a jacket. In warm weather, I have concealed a shoulder holster by wearing a Hawaiian-style shirt over a T-shirt with the outer shirt unbuttoned. It is not ideal, but it seemed to work well for me at the time. Unfortunately, the shoulder holster shares many of the same disadvantages as the belt mounted cross-draw setup.