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Single clip I'd agree on the Kusiak Signature. If you can spend more and are ok with two loops, the Milt Sparks Criterion is fantastic and worth the cost and wait IMO.

Honorable mention to the TT GunLeather Slim XC. Another fantastic two loop holster.
 

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I don't carry my 365 much, because I might forget I have it on, have two holsters a Kydex and a Garrity gun leather, both IWB, I can't even feel it, specially the leather holster, but my EDC is a heavy and wide, HK USPc though.
 

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I'm very happy with the comfortable carry I get using a Milt Sparks Leather "Summer Special 2" IWB. You really don't know a P365 is there.

Agree. Been carrying mine for a week. Used some Bick 4 initially and it is superb. Very Happy. Just placed another order today for a complete rig in shark. My current SSII is my second Milt Sparks SS series holster. Had one 25 years ago for a Colt Detective Special. Well made and comfortable.

Quite looking forward to my "winter" set up arrival.
 

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Anyone have experience with the newer Tulster Oath series ? I ordered this over their Profile models due to planning to using the optic cut. I don’t like the fact that it doesn’t allow any cant so I can alternate AIWB vs 4 o’clock carry as with their Profile models...thoughts and experiences out there on the Oath line?

I’m also giving CYA a try as well..
 

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I have a Ronin on the way for the P365 because I like the Aegis Calypto for my Dan Wesson Eco 45 so much. Very comfortable and a great guy to deal with.
 

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Well...I bought a Vedder Light Tuck for my new P365XL on the basis of so many positive recommendations here.

Always looking for another pick in the Box 'o Holsters. :)
My Vedder LightTuck(tm) Kydex IWB, in "Gunmetal Gray" arrive today. Fit and finish are first rate. I like the fact the cant is adjustable.

I set it for 10 degrees and it seemed to carry naturally at my preferred 8 o'clock, with my belt, a Mastermind Specialist Pro. Retention was about perfect out of the box. It came straight up, so I just loosened the two screws and adjusted the cant manually. That's a nice feature.

It has a full guard. It is not cut for an optic. The clip is a single steel item. All edges are nicely burnished with no sharp edges. Putting on and off is a bit more complicated than pocket carry, but once on it's easy. Drawing is smooth and feels natural. Reholstering is straightforward; I index the full slide guard with my thumb, clear my cover garment, mentally issue myself a hard break, and holster positively but slowly and deliberately.

Ordering took from 7/29 till today, so a couple weeks. I'm a lefty, so I think that is fine for a custom order. List is $59.99, plus $3.00 for the color, which I quite like, being fairly subdued. The small drawstring bag it came in is a nice touch; there was also a morale sticker which seems normal these days. Fairly happy with this purchase on first use.

Thanks to you all for the suggestion.
 

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Have and recommend an Urban Carry Lock Leather 217-R iwb holster. One belt clip, comfortable, leather holster with a small polymer "lock" inside that latches onto the pistol's trigger gaurd.
 

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Got another holster order in.

Tony Mayer at JM Custom Kydex made me a range/competition holster shell so I can mount it on my BSPS Drop/Offset for USPSA use. I also ordered one of my normal carry options, an IWB 3 in orange 15 deg cant full guard with wide PTD loops.
 

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@PCFlorida ... Just recv'd my Amberide holster today based on your post here. I think it's about as good a quality holster you can buy for a kydex holster. Read the reviews on Amazon, and apparently the owner LISTENS, because the few complaints people had have all been corrected on the holster I recv'd today.

It looks almost identical to the Vedder light tuck except the belt clip is plastic or polymer instead of steel. Not sure how important that is if you wear it IWB. The cost is about half of the cost for a Vedder light tuck.
 

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Controversy warning :)

The most comfortable IWB for the 365 is the remora clipless


I have a remora for ever pistol I carry and on a normal day... it is perfect. In two years of use I have one yet to move significantly. No clip, deep conceal... like a miracle.

If I have a day where I might be really active I have a crossbreed supertuck. Soft leather and good retention.

The remora doubles as a pocket holster by the way.


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In the spirit of the thread (IWB Comfort) I wanted to pass on a holster hack, for those of you who might not have heard of it. I first learned of this in 2015, from Melody Lauer, a trainer in the midwest.

https://limatunesrangediaries.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/the-aiwb-holster-hack/

I have been doing this on all my Kydex IWB holsters ever since. Today I did one for my Glock 19, but it works for any holster.

The Dr. Scholl's Women's size 6-10 massaging insole pair was $5.99 at Target. I bought the 2" x 4" industrial strength velcro at Lowe's for $3.28. Trimmed to fit, wiped down the back of the holster with a patch with alcohol, and just attached. You can remove and reattach as needed if the fit of the pad needs to change.

The design of the heel cup allows it to wrap around the end of the muzzle, and they are fairly cheap and easy to replace if they wear. I've found them to stay in place very well, and add a significant amount of comfort to all day carry.

Couple pictures for reference.
 

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In the spirit of the thread (IWB Comfort) I wanted to pass on a holster hack, for those of you who might not have heard of it. I first learned of this in 2015, from Melody Lauer, a trainer in the midwest.

https://limatunesrangediaries.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/the-aiwb-holster-hack/

I have been doing this on all my Kydex IWB holsters ever since. Today I did one for my Glock 19, but it works for any holster.

The Dr. Scholl's Women's size 6-10 massaging insole pair was $5.99 at Target. I bought the 2" x 4" industrial strength velcro at Lowe's for $3.28. Trimmed to fit, wiped down the back of the holster with a patch with alcohol, and just attached. You can remove and reattach as needed if the fit of the pad needs to change.

The design of the heel cup allows it to wrap around the end of the muzzle, and they are fairly cheap and easy to replace if they wear. I've found them to stay in place very well, and add a significant amount of comfort to all day carry.

Couple pictures for reference.
So you’re jellin?
 

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Brommeland Holsters

Brommeland Max Con holsters are best I have ever used. I have 4 of them for different pistols and just love how they ride and draw out of.
 
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