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KUDOS TO CROSSBREED HOLSTERS

Postby eureka40 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:03 pm

I bought my first Crossbreed Super Tuck about 3 years ago. I've worn that holster every day without fail. A few weeks ago the Kydex began to crack at the top of the well, so I sent it back to Crossbreed to be covered under the lifetime warranty.

Crossbreed sent back a brand new holster even though I thought the leather was still good. Nice and soft and "broken in". I thought they would just replace the Kydex part, but I received a brand new one instead. That's outstanding customer service in my book.

Anyone looking for a great holster and great customer service would do well to get a Crossbreed. I have 2 of them now and would recommend them as +100. Just my 2 cents.
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Postby SATX-Scrub » Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:55 pm

I love my crossbreed, and I'm glad their CS is second to none!
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Postby daveboyd » Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:11 pm

I have never regretted buying my Crossbreed SuperTuck.
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Re: KUDOS TO CROSSBREED HOLSTERS

Postby A-R » Thu Jan 03, 2013 8:03 pm

eureka40 wrote:Crossbreed sent back a brand new holster even though I thought the leather was still good. Nice and soft and "broken in". I thought they would just replace the Kydex part, but I received a brand new one instead. That's outstanding customer service in my book.


I'm not knocking their CS at all - first rate, for sure. But this is a design issue - the kydex on CB holsters is riveted to the leather, making removal/replacement nearly impossible. This is one aspect of the Comp Tac version of same holster design that I like better - ability to user replace/swap the kydex bodies with just the turn of a few screws.
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Postby eureka40 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:17 pm

That's a cool option for sure A-R. The Comp Tac is a great holster also. There are so many good choices out there.

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Postby Wodathunkit » Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:15 pm

I just got my CB ST delivered yesterday, been wearing it all day today :razz:

Feels like I've been wearing it for years!
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Postby texanjoker » Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:17 pm

How is that vs a regular in the waist band holster. I dont care for IWB, but that looked interesting.
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Postby A-R » Thu Jan 03, 2013 10:37 pm

Eureka, I agree both are great holsters - just different enough to give two great options

Tj, these holsters are phenomenal - basically my first, second, and third choice for CC options. Night and day difference in comfort from older IWB carry styles. The large leather backing and twin belt loops/clips of this style really distributes weight and reduces pressure points. I routinely carry full-size semi autos in my Comp Tac - Glock 17, S&W M&P45.

And the "tuckable" ability is useful and workable solution (requires some draw practice) when an untucked shirt won't look right.

This video shows the potential (Sig 229 I believe)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGQYGYzn ... ata_player
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Postby Vol Texan » Thu Jan 03, 2013 11:06 pm

My first one is due to arrive this Saturday. I've been wearing a Galco Summer Comfort (non-tuckable) since I got my CHL, and I'm looking forward to reporting back to you on the difference this Crossbreed makes.
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Postby A-R » Thu Jan 03, 2013 11:17 pm

Vol Texan wrote:My first one is due to arrive this Saturday. I've been wearing a Galco Summer Comfort (non-tuckable) since I got my CHL, and I'm looking forward to reporting back to you on the difference this Crossbreed makes.


That's exactly the conversion I made about 3-4 years ago ... sold the Galco on eBay and never looked back
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Re: KUDOS TO CROSSBREED HOLSTERS

Postby daveboyd » Thu Jan 03, 2013 11:25 pm

A-R wrote:Eureka, I agree both are great holsters - just different enough to give two great options

Tj, these holsters are phenomenal - basically my first, second, and third choice for CC options. Night and day difference in comfort from older IWB carry styles. The large leather backing and twin belt loops/clips of this style really distributes weight and reduces pressure points. I routinely carry full-size semi autos in my Comp Tac - Glock 17, S&W M&P45.

And the "tuckable" ability is useful and workable solution (requires some draw practice) when an untucked shirt won't look right.

This video shows the potential (Sig 229 I believe)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGQYGYzn ... ata_player


I haven't tried to tuck and CC yet. I will have to play around with different cants to see what will work best with my Glock 19.
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