Mods, feel free to move this as I may not have it in the right spot. Have tried 3 different tuckable holsters, one of which was very much a quality product but just didn't work as well as I wanted. I decided to try this one. While the manufacturer has a website, this particular model is not listed on their website yet only on their ebay store. Below is the information I sent to the manufacturer and wanted to share with all of you here on GlockTalk. First, let me say that when I removed it from the envelope it wasnt really what I was expecting. Not necessarily in a bad way, but being so lite and floppy I thought can this really be it? Yup, it was. Being as there was another person in the office here interested in it I called him down before donning the holster so he could get a look.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-comfficeffice" /><o></o> <o> </o> We both made the same observations: <o></o> 1) Extremely flexible belt, should allow for the inevitable holiday belly that is fast approaching.<o></o> 2) Very nice, padded backing, rises high enough to keep the slide from digging in.<o></o> 3) Kydex is smooth on the inside, a little less finished I guess would be the word on the outside, but that doesnt really matter as a tuckable holster.<o></o> 4) The edges of the backing are nicely covered with what looks like a tough material. Should hold up well to several years of wear.<o></o> My co-worker went on his way after asking if Id come show him the holster again once I had it on.<o></o> <o> </o> My observations donning and wearing the holster:<o></o> 1) Sufficient retention of the weapon. Glock 23 with full mag, turned upside down and jiggled and no drop from the holster.<o></o> 2) Padding feels good<o></o> 3) Use of Velcro/Elastic belt makes for INCREDIBLY EASY donning.<o></o> 4) Easy fastening of pants and belt after donning the holster. This was probably the most impressive part. No fight keeping pants up while working with my belt through holster clips, no extra work keeping pants up while trying to tuck my shirt in.<o></o> 5) After final adjustments to my shirt I realize just how flat the holster lays even with a double stack mid-size Glock holstered.<o></o> <o> </o> To say the least, Im thoroughly impressed with this holster. I have two other tuckable holsters and my initial impressions of those were not as positive as they are with this one. If the elastic holds up and doesnt lose elasticity or begin to fray this may well be the ultimate tuckable holster bar none. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!