The simple answer is they are well made and inexpensive holster that gets the job done. If you work in our store for very a full day I can guarantee that you will hear from atleast one customer a day walk in the door and ask for a holster for a specific gun but have absolutely no idea what type of holster they are looking for. My first response is always this, “do you want leather or kydex? “A nylon holster or retention?” and most of the time the customer doesn’t have a clue as to what I’m asking about. Price ranges of holsters can vary dramatically and usually that’s a follow up answer to the above mention questions. Don Hume holsters aren’t the prettiest but for under $40 they are very stiff holsters that do a very good job.
I personally moved away from leather holsters but depending on the time of the year I would never push someone away from them. We are a stocking dealer for the Don Hume holsters and we offer a pretty good selection of Glock, Sig Sauer and J-frame holsters in our store. The Don Hume jit holsters a very fast holster but I recommend them for medium or small frame guns. The largest gun I use in a Don Hume Jit holster is a Sig 228 because I’ve found larger frame guns to stick too far out the bottom and in my opinion can cause a safety issue because they can be pushed upward and out of the holster in some situations. I highly recommend the holsters for IWB carry.