I have a ton of holsters in my closet, mostly nylon ones I picked up at various points of my gun carrying carrier. Most of them don’t get used but they are still there because I may occasionally use them for open carry or when I am going on a hike. I use various IWB holsters in the summer but have retired my leather ones because they don’t hold up very well in the Pennsylvania summers because it can get pretty darn hot up here and Kydex holsters are what I switch to. I have tried various kydex holster companies, and some of them fit me well, but there are always small things about them that I wish would get improved. Most of the kydex holsters I’ve used in the past broke up on me in less than 2 years and I just stopped buying certain brands. There is still a desire for leather holsters because they look nice, but leather is not as good in the long term for re-holstering firearms.
I have checked out some of the Crossbreed holsters after many of my friends have suggested them, but after looking through some of my dealer product lines I found something very close. The Kingtuk holster made by Galco Holsters are a great find, I’ve sold many to Detectives and CCW holders that have not come back and complained about them. Some of the Desantis IWB holsters like the Scorpion didn’t hold up because the clips were made of kydex and broke after several weeks of wearing them. The Kingtuk holsters are a tuckable holster that work well with the Sig 229, Sig 220 and most all of the Glock holster including the larger framed Glock 21.