I own several Crossbreed IWBs. These holsters are by far the most comfortable on the market, especially with a horse hide backing. I forget I have it on and I conceal all day. What a great design. wr
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I just got mine today for an FNS 9. It is a real quality holster and is very comfortable. Good service and even better quality. If you are thinking about purchasing one for yourself you will not be disappointed. I will be ordering some IWB mag pouches and a holster for my wife as well. Thank you Crossbreed for a job well done.
I ordered the super tuck deluxe on 5/11/2012 and received it on 6/1/2012. Since i have gotten it, i have been wearing it around town and my house for about 4 hours a day. i am waiting on my CHL in the mail so when i am wearing it around town i dont have the gun it in (Sig P226). The holster without the gun in it is very comfortable so much that i dont even notice it. With the gun it is awesome the only reason i feel it in my waist band is because of the weight of the gun. I read that if u have any sort of a "muffin top" it is not so comfy, but i must say that is not true. i am pretty big guy i am 6' and weigh 260ish and it is super comfortable. I gave it 5 stars on style, because its a IWB holster its not supposed to be stylish, if u can see it then its not doing what it is supposed to. On durability i gave it 5 stars on speculation, it is made from very high quality leather and kydex. so until i have had it longer i really cant give an accurate rating on durability, other than my gues...[Read More]
I wanted to let people know about the good and bad about this holster. Overall, it is a well made product that fits and feels about as comfortable as a IWB holster can feel. However, potential buyers should be aware of a major safety issue with it that I'm still trying to fix. I use mine for a S&W MP45 fullsize and a S&W M&P 9mm compact. The mag release releases the mag when you sit with this holster. This is obviously a very big problem. Others have commented on it and the company advises you to wet the back and basically put a inverted bump in it through the other side with a blunt object. If this doesn't work than they will do it for you. I am currently still trying to get an object that will work before I mail mine out. Take my advise for what it's worth but I doubt my guns are the only ones that have this problem with the holster.
Going on 2 years with first Super Tuck. Current carry is a Walther p99 40. Just ordered another for my PPS 9mm. Never have had and issue. Easy to wear with business dress as well as shorts and t-shirt. I have tried others but have stopped wasting $ anywhere else.
I've had a crossbreed deluxe fitted for my Ruger SR9C for a year now. It works very well for me. So now I have various used holster that are relegated to the trash after my experience with the Super tuck. Just had to order another for my Bersa Thunder 45 Ultra Carry came into my possession. If your on a fixed income, this is well worth the money. Trust me, nothing is a comfortable, or easy to use as this configuration. Yes it is ugly, but so am I. Al
I have 3 of these holsters, one for each handgun I own. I highly recommend these holsters for everyday carry. Extremely comfortable and excellent concealment. Highly recomended. If you are worried about how pretty the holster is, you have more issues than can be addressed here. Excellent customer service as well.
I just got my galco king tuk today and it made my love my crossbreed even more. The king tuk looks worse after 1 hour of messing around than my crossbreed does after 3 years of heavy competitive use. The crossbreed draws better, stays in place better due to the rough back, and holds up better since the edges don't match up with a rough spot on the gun. A+ super tuck. Remember, you get what you pay for! I will admit that the style of the king tuk is better but it is meant to be worn and used, not looked at. The crossbreed super tuck delivers on the what it is meant to do as well as fitting the gun better.
One thing I hate that I've done is buy so many holsters. I have a box full of unused holsters that cost between $30 and $100. Dang it! Now that I have a Crossbreed for my Taurus PT-709 Slim, I want another one for my Taurus 738 TCP, and one for my wife's Ruger LCR and one for my 1911... The Crossbreed is a great concealed carry system. It's comfortable, adjustable and keeps your handgun hidden. I need to sell the unused holsters on eBay and put the money into another Crossbreed.
I have owned lots and lots of holsters including IWB, paddle, belt, pocket and shoulder. None come close to the confort of these ugly things. They are hidious to look at. Simply a piece of cowhide cut into a shap with a generic Kydex holster attatched to it. Regardless, the large contoured shape of the cowhide which rest against your body is very confortable. Can barely tell gun is inside holster if not for firearms weight. This is strictly a concealment item. Trust me, you do not want to show it to anyone. BTW, Ive been wearing mine for 3 weeks now and its actually breaking in very nicely. should feel like an old comfy pair of slippers with a few more weeks of wearing. I own the SuperTuck IWB without "Combat Cut" option.