Crossbreed Holsters begins shipping Sig P365 holsters

Crossbreed is now shipping holsters designed for the Sig P365. (Photo: Crossbreed)

Missouri-based holster maker Crossbreed Holsters announced its new line of Sig Sauer P365 holsters are now shipping to consumers.

The holsters range from Crossbreed’s inside-the-waistband series including the SuperTuck Deluxe, Founder Series, MiniTuck and Freedom Carry lines to the outside-the-waistband options of the DropSlide, SnapSlide and SuperSlide models. All models are backed by Crossbreed’s two week trial period.

“CrossBreed stands behind their products with a ‘Two Week, Try it Free Guarantee’ and a Lifetime Warranty. Once you receive your holster, you have two weeks to try it out,” Crossbreed said in a news release. “If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, simply return it and CrossBreed will refund the purchase price of the holster.”

Prices on Crossbreed’s Sig P365 series of holsters starts around $40.

The 9mm chambered Sig P365 debuted at SHOT Show in Las Vegas in January to much fanfare. The “high capacity” micro-compact features a 10+1 capacity and is geared specifically towards the concealed carry market.

The new Sig Sauer P365 has a 10+1 capacity in a package slightly smaller than Glock’s 6+1 G43. (Photo: Chris Eger/

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