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Our Leather Holster Bestsellers

Two leather holsters lying on a table with bullets scattered around and a revolver in the background Two leather holsters lying on a table with bullets scattered around and a revolver in the background Two leather holsters lying on a table with bullets scattered around and a revolver in the background


Choosing from over 80 different leather holsters that we offer may sometimes seem to be a hard task. This article will help you choose as these are our bestsellers chosen by our customers. Dive in and find your next custom holster. Leather is the oldest material from which gun holsters were made. The staples of the leather holster materials are cowhide and horsehide, although there are more exotic and luxurious options such as sharkskin, elephant hide, ostrich hide etc. Leather has an unique ability to adapt. The more these leather holsters are worn on the body, the more they adapt to the body contours of the owner and as you get used to holster, the holster gets used to you. Naturally, this ability adapts to the gun as well.

Without any further ado let's head to our best holsters chosen by our customers. You can find all of our holsters here and you can use the filters to navigate to whichever style or material you prefer.





Try the Panther. This open top pancake holster combines a slim profile with an easy draw and re-holstering. Perfect for your EDC. The Panther - open top leather pancake holster is made out of genuine leather and custom tailored to offer a perfect fit, easy and intuitive drawn and a fast and safe re-holstering. The leather itself is thick and robust and the key points of the holster, such as the belt loops, are double stitched and wider than usual ones. Get yours now.



If you want a reliable and deep concealment holster this is the one for you. It's made of premium leather.The holster is designed to be carried inside the waistband. The reinforced opening allows easy draw and fast re-holstering. The widely spread belt loops with press-studs make this model very stable. The holster can be put on or removed without taking the belt off. An adjustable tension screw provides the additional security. Get yours now here.




Reinforced opening and palm-in design provide the full grip accessibility for a swift draw and retention screw adjustment provides an optimal security. The holster is designed for the S.O.B carry. It is made of quality leather, hand molded directly on the gun for the perfect holster fit. The holster contains an open muzzle design and reinforced belt slot and holster opening for easy re-holstering. It features a tension screw to customize the retention of the gun and provide the additional security. Get yours now.




Holster can be used 4 different ways. As a shoulder holster, without the harness on the belt (4 o'clock position), in S.O.B or cross draw positions. The horizontal shoulder holster contains a holster unit with a thumb break, cross-shoulder harness and double magazine pouch (double speed loader for revolvers). The holster features a retention screw to adjust to the safety fit of the handgun. The holster is particularly formed to fit comfortably against the body, whether carried on the belt or shoulder. Get yours now.




Customer-proven leather cross draw option that will hold the gun without any problems even during a long drive or period of sitting. This belt holster is designed for the OWB cross-draw carry. It features two belt slots, which allow closer ride of the handgun and canted carry for comfortable carry. The cross draw position requires a good cant, strong leather and good stitching. This holster combines these assets. The leather and retention strap hold the gun in position and safe. The stitching supports the most manipulated areas. Get yours now.


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