Not all holsters are created equal.
“Conceal This” does not make holsters that you will find at your local gun store. My approach to holster making is based around functionality, concealability and constantly striving to perfect the design and finish of any project I am creating. Many of my holster designs are for pocket carry and are intended to print like a cell phone in your pocket. I have found that if people see the shape of a cell phone in your pocket they don’t think twice about it. This allows you to conceal carry and not be self-conscious about people knowing that you have a weapon. I am not trying to create something for every consumer out there when it comes to leather work. There are many ways to make holsters faster and cheaper, true quality takes time, effort and hard work. I focus on a limited number of holster designs that I have created, tested and worn myself and only design and build holsters currently for the following handguns:
Glock 42, Glock 26, Glock 19, Seecamp .25/.32/.380, Kahr P380 and CW380, Colt Mustang .380, Sig Sauer P938, NAA Pug .22 Magnum and a few other NAA models, and 1911 3" pistols.
If you are looking for an “off the shelf” holster that you can buy at any gun store there are some really nice options out there for a reasonable price. However, if you are ready to step up to a custom handmade leather holster that is crafted for just one pistol only then hopefully you will consider “Conceal This”. I take the time to hand cut, wet molded, hand stitch (with waxed braided thread for extra strength), hand stain and burnish holsters that are finished to the highest standards possible. There is just something timeless about a well-made handcrafted leather holster. Order one and I think you will agree.