Crossbreed Holster Aging: 5 Years Later, the Results Are Stunning

One of the most common questions folks have when it comes to holsters is a no-brainer — how well do they last?

I mean, if you’re going to spending upwards of Uncle Mike’s Holsters money on a product, it better deliver.

A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled on a post on Reddit, of all places, comparing two Crossbreed Holsters — one after 5.5 years of wear and tear, and another barely used.

“I have been carrying a Kahr PM9 with a Crimson Trace laser almost everyday in a crossbreed horse hide holster for the past 5 1/2 years,” Reddit user Headake386 reported.

“Buddy of mine dropped off his new crossbreed holster to me since he doesn’t use it. Here is how they compare. Thought it was interesting how mine has aged.”

You can definitely tell which one is the older:


Crossbreed back

There’s nothing like the look of broken-in leather.

“Looks ready for another 5.5 years if needed,” a Reddit user commented.

Headake386 noted that “Retention is still good and it has become more and more comfortable to wear over the years. I don’t even notice it any more.”

I don’t know if we could get higher praise than “It feels invisible and looks ready to finish out a decade of regular service.”

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1 thought on “Crossbreed Holster Aging: 5 Years Later, the Results Are Stunning”

  1. I have crosbreed mini tuck horsehide holster for my Glock 43. I have had it for many years and wear it every single day. However the Kydex recently cracked on it and my gun does not fit quite as snug as it once did. I would send a picture but cannot upload a picture here. I love this holster and I’ve recommended it to many other people! is this an issue that can be corrected or is it time for a new holster?

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