8 Best Sig P365 Holsters – 2024 Field Test and Tips

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After conducting extensive field testing on over 25 different holsters, we found the best Sig P365 holsters. Our favorites included the Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip, which is exceptionally comfortable, and the full Kydex Harry’s Holster’s Infiltrator.

Our team personally carried the Sig P365 XL and Sig P365 XMacro concealed during our daily routines to test the reliability of various appendix and IWB holsters. We also took these holsters to the range to ensure their effectiveness in a defensive situation. All of this testing helped us choose the best holsters for different situations and people.

Best Sig P365 Holster
Jason showing some of the best Sig P365 holsters that he uses
Some of the Best Sig P365 Holsters that we found

We have over 25 years of experience carrying concealed handguns. We also have competitive shooting, range safety officer, and military experience. So, we have put our time in at the range. We also have years of concealed carry experience and have taken 100s of hours of courses.

Therefore, we’re pretty confident in our choices for the best Sig P365 holster.

Keep reading to find out what they are. Also check out our full concealed carry guide!


Comparison of our Favorite Sig P365 Holsters

MOST COMFORTABLE
Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip

Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip

IWB

Hybrid Design

Fits all P365 Models

MSRP: $89.95

BEST KYDEX IWB
Harry's Holsters Infiltrator

Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator

IWB

Full Kydex

Fits P365XL and XMacro

MSRP: $97.75

BEST APPENDIX
CYA Supply Ridge Holster

CYA Supply Ridge Holster

IWB

Full Kydex

Fits all P365 Models

MSRP: $59.74

BEST AIWB WITH SIDE CAR
Tier One Concealed Axis Elite

Tier One Concealed Axis Elite

Kydex Appendix

Mag Carrier Side Car

Fits all P365 Models

MSRP: $135.99

BEST LEATHER IWB
Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB

Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB

IWB

Molded Leather

Fits all P365 Models

MSRP: $69.00

BEST BELLY BAND
Falco Holsters Belly Band

Falco Holsters Belly Band

Multiple Pockets

Kydex and Nylon

Fits all P365 Models

MSRP: $99.95


The Best Sig P365, P365XL, and P365XMacro Holsters

Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip – Most Comfortable Sig P365 Holster

Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip – Most Comfortable IWB
  • Type: IWB
  • Material: Hybrid – Leather and Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Day
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $89.95

The Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip Holster is one of the most comfortable holsters we have used for the Sig P365.

Blake carries the Sig P365XMacro in an appendix position using this hybrid holster. This holster has a unique design, with a leather backing and a Kydex shell. The leather is made by Amish artisans in the US, and it features a soft, suede-like texture that sets it apart from other holsters.

Blakes's hidden hybrid single clip holster and his sig P365 XMacro
My Hidden Hybrid Single Clip and my Sig P365 XMacro

Another unique feature that we have not seen before is the RMR guard. When I ordered the holster, we could select the type of RMR we had mounted on our Sig P365. When the holster came, I was surprised to find a full Kydex guard for my red dot built into the holster.

I also ordered the optional claw, which keeps the grip of my Sig P365 closer to my body, helping to conceal it better.

Blakes's hidden hybrid single clip holster and Sig P365 XMacro from a top angle showing the optics cover
Notice the cover for my red dot optic

Since this is a hybrid holster, it is a little wider than a low-profile 100% Kydex holster. This helps to make it more comfortable as it spreads out the pressure from the holster against my body. But it does take up more room.

Since Blake has a smaller waist and less room, he finds that using an IWB mag carrier with this holster is a little much. The Sig P365 mags are so small though, so carrying one OWB is concealable.

The author with the Hidden Hybrid Single Clip holster, showing it concealed and not concealed.
Blake and the Sig P365 XMacro and the Hidden Hybrid Single Clip

When I ordered this holster, they did not make a light-bearing model for the P365. They may have one soon, but it was a little disappointing. This is the only real negative we could find.

Recommended for:

The Hidden Hybrid Holsters Single Clip Holster is for anyone looking for a comfortable holster for the Sig P365. This is one of the most comfortable appendix holsters we have found.

PROS

Comfortable Hybrid Design

Concealment Claw

Suede Backing

Tuckable Clip

CONS

Width of Holster

Limited Light Bearing Models

Video About Hidden Hybrid Holsters


Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator IWB – Best Sig P365 Kydex IWB Holster

Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator IWB – Best IWB
  • Type: IWB
  • Material: Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Days
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $97.75

Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator IWB Holster is one of the best Kydex IWB holsters we have used with the Sig P365. It works great in all IWB positions, from appendix to around the 5 o’clock position.

Harry's holsters Infiltrator holster with the Sig P365
The Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator and my Sig P365XL

I really like how this holster has a rounded design. I can tell there was a lot of thought and a few iterations in designing this holster.

Most other Kydex IWB holsters stop the Kydex around the barrel end with an edge. This holster has a nice, rounded edge around this area, making it much more comfortable than others I have tried. There are no edges or points to cause stomach pain when I am sitting.

I find the “concealment claw” wing feature on this holster particularly appealing. Unlike the traditional claw attachment, the wing feature is molded into the holster, functioning in a similar manner. However, the wing’s gradual slope makes it much more efficient than a claw.

The Author showing the wing on the Harry's Holster Infiltrator
The wing of the Infiltrator Holster

I find when I put on holsters with a traditional claw, it often gets hung over my belt. The slope on this wing allows it to slide right on without hanging up.

One of the best features of this holster is its adjustability, which I found to be superior to other holsters. The Discrete Carry Concepts clip that comes with the holster is one of the most secure clips I have ever used. The clip is separate from the holster, so I was able to adjust it to fit my carry position and body type perfectly.

The Author showing the hardware on the Harry's holsters Infiltrator
The square nuts are easy to install and adjust.

The two slots in the front of the holster gave me plenty of ride height and cant angle adjustment so I could set the holster perfectly for me.

If you have the standard Sig P365, they have the Shorty model also, which is very similar.

Recommended for:

Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator IWB Holster is for someone looking for a comfortable Sig P365 Kydex IWB holster that will work in multiple carry positions. If you aren’t quite sure which IWB position you want, this holster has plenty of adjustment, so you can try multiple options.

PROS

Adjustable Clips

Setup Video

Raised Claw Like Feature

Retention

CONS

No Light Bearing Models

Video of the Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator


CYA Supply Ridge IWB – Best Sig P365 Appendix Holster

CYA Supply Ridge IWB – Best Appendix
  • Type: IWB
  • Material: Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Days
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $59.74

The CYA Supply Ridge IWB Holster is one of the best Kydex holsters we found for the Sig P365. We found that it works best in the Appendix position, but also can be configured for the 3 O’clock position.

The Sig P365 is a thin, light, concealed carry gun that is perfect for the appendix position. This holster is compact, comfortable, and complements it well.

The Author's CYA Supply Ridge IWB Holster and Sig P365XL
My CYA Supply Ridge Holster and my Sig P365XL

This holster comes with the Discrete Carry Concepts clip, just like Harry’s Holster Infiltrator above. It is adjustable, but not as much as the Infiltrator. I found that I could get it just where I wanted in the appendix position without any trouble.

Jason wearing the CYA Ridge holster with the Sig P365XL
Jason wearing the CYA ridge holster with the Sig P365XL

A concealment claw is included with this holster at no extra cost. Nearly everyone else charges extra, so this is a nice place to save money. It does stick out when putting it on and I found it catching the waist of my pants sometimes. It is not as bad as some other holsters I have tried though.

I like how the claw came with three different height options. I could adjust it right where the grip of my P365 was concealed, but not so much that it was hard to draw.

Jason showing the concealment claw on the CYA holster
I can install the tall or short claw, or remove it altogether

When I ordered, I noticed there were a bunch of color options available. This holster is optics-ready as well. However, they do not offer any light-bearing options for the P365.

I really like the price of this holster. It is lower than most others we have found and is a great value.

Recommended for:

The CYA Supply Ridge IWB Holster is for anyone looking for a comfortable Sig P365 appendix holster. The low profile makes this holster comfortable and concealable.

PROS

Comfortable

Adjustable Claw

Low Profile

Affordable

CONS

No Light Bearing Models

Video Review of the CYA Supply Ridge Holster

Update! New CYA Supply Path Holster

CYA supply has introduced a hew holster they call the “Path”. It is similar to the Ridge holster but features more adjustability in the belt clip and the claw. The claw also has a ramp on it, so it is easier to put on. It is a little more expensive than the Ridge holster at around $75. Personally I prefer the Path holster but the Ridge holster still has a great price.

Jason showing the new CYA Supply Path Holsters
The new CYA Supply Path Holsters
Jason showing the concealment claw on the CYA Supply Path Holster
Note the slope on the new claw. It is also adjustable or can be removed.

Tier One Concealed Axis Elite – Best Sig P365 Appendix Holster with Mag Carrier Side Car

Tier One Concealed Axis Elite
  • Type: IWB
  • Material: Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365 XMacro
  • Return Policy: Returns Not Accepted
  • Warranty Policy: Limited Lifetime
  • MSRP: $135.99

The Tier One Concealed Axis Elite is our top appendix holster that includes a magazine carrier side car.

Blake Wearing the Tier One Axis Elite with a Sig P365 XMacro
Blake Wearing the Tier one Axis Elite with a Sig P365 XMacro

It is a full Kydex holster with the magazine side car connected to the holster with a piece of paracord. This makes the holster comfortable since it creates a flexible “hinge” between the two halves.

I can bend and twist and the holster flexes in the middle with me. This setup does put a lot of “stuff” in the front of your pants and may not be for everyone (especially if you have a lot of belly fat.) But, it is one of the most concealable holster setups out there.

Jason Showing the Tier One Axis Elite Holster
Blake’s Tier One Axis Elite Holster (he is a lefty)

The two plastic clips are easy to take on and off my belt, and they are secure when I draw. They are adjustable and I can change both the angle and the ride height of the holster. This is important since I can adjust it to my body shape and my preferences.

Jason showing the Tier One Axis Elite Side Car clips and paracord
The belt clips are adjustable. Notice the paracord holding the two sides together.

The holster and the mag carrier both have retention adjustment screws so I can separately set the retention of my handgun and magazine just the way I want it.

A concealment claw is included, and I really like how it is adjustable as well. I can change the position up and down with just a couple screws. I can also adjust the thickness of the claw with four different plates that I can add and remove.

Jason showing the concealment claw on the Tier One Axis Elite
Notice the adjustability of the concealment claw

The back of the holster is rounded without any corners or edges that can rub or irritate as I wear it. However, the bottom of the holster does have an edge where the two halves come together. I found that it is not an issue as long as I wear my pants up high enough. If I wear pants that sit a little lower, this edge can be uncomfortable.

Tier One has a bunch of options for pistol mounted lights. They also have a pack of comfort wedges that can help to keep the bottom of the holster away from my body. This really helps if you have some belly fat and the top of the holster tends to ride away from your body.

Jason showing the Tier One Concealment Wedges
Four foam wedges are included in the concealment pack

When I first got the holster, I noticed the cord was secured by a plastic retention device on the back of the holster. I immediately thought, “that’s not going to be comfortable.” However I found that it sits between the two holster halves and away from my body. I can’t tell it is there when I wear it.

Jason showing the back of the Tier One Axis Elite Holster
This is the back of the holster and the paracord retention device. Also notice the bottom edge of the holster

This holster is more expensive than some others, but keep in mind you are getting a mag carrier and a holster in one package. However, note that they do not allow returns.

Recommended for:

The Tier One Concealed Axis Elite holster is for anyone looking for a holster with a mag carrier side car. It is one of the most concealable holsters we have found.

PROS

Adjustability

Mag Carrier Side Car

Flexible Design

Ver Concealable

CONS

Lower Edge can be Uncomfortable

Return Policy

Video Overview of the Tier One Axis Elite Series Holsters


Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB – Best Sig P365 Leather IWB Holster

Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB – Best Molded Leather IWB
  • Type: IWB
  • Material: Leather
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL
  • Return Policy: 30 Days
  • Warranty Policy: 5 Years
  • MSRP: $69

The Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB Holster is one of the best leather IWB holsters we have found for the Sig P365.

The Craft Lynx holster
Notice the double stitching. You can even pick the color.

What makes this holster unique is the molded design. It is specifically made for the Sig P365. Leather holsters are usually a universal fit that sometimes makes safety hit or miss. They either don’t fully guard the trigger, or retention is poor.

Not with this holster. It fits my Sig P365 perfectly, just as good as Kydex.

The author wearing the Craft Lynx holster and the Sig P365
Drawing from this holster is smooth and easy. Retention is good since it is molded to the P365.

Note that this holster will not work in the appendix position but works great in the 3 O’clock and 5 O’clock positions.

The opening of the holster is reinforced with an additional piece of leather. This keeps it open so I can easily holster my P365, even with the pressure of my belt pressing on it. I find this is an issue with most leather IWB holsters but not with the Lynx.

This holster looks great. It has a traditional leather look with adjustable leather belt loops instead of metal or plastic clips. The loops have three holes for adjustment, so I can change the ride height and cant angle.

The Craft Lynx holster and the Sig P365
This is a great-looking all-leather holster

I found that the snaps on the loops could be hard to snap depending on the waistband of my pants and the thickness of my belt. Once I started pushing the snap from the bottom first, it became much easier.

The low profile of this holster and the flexibility of the leather make this holster very comfortable with the Sig P365. I found I could easily wear it all day.

Recommended for:

The Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB Holster is for anyone looking for a traditional leather IWB holster for the Sig P365.

PROS

High-Quality Leather

Double Stitching

Adjustable

Molded Design

CONS

Snaps Can Be Difficult

Video of the Craft Holsters Lynx Open Top IWB Holster


Falco Kydex Belly Band Holster – Best Sig P365 Belly Band Holster

Falco Kydex Belly Band Holster – Best Belly Band Holster
  • Type: Belly Band
  • Material: Hybrid – Nylon and Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Days
  • Warranty Policy: 5 Years
  • MSRP: $99.95

The Falco Kydex Reinforced Belly Band Holster is one of the best Sig P365 belly band holsters we have tried.

Kristin on our team often uses this holster with her Sig P365XL. She uses it when regular belt holsters don’t make sense for what she is wearing.

Here are her thoughts on this holster:

Most belly band holsters I have found have a nylon fabric pocket of sorts for the handgun. I don’t like these because they really aren’t safe, especially with my kids around me.

I really like that the Falco Belly Band has a built-in Kydex holster. It is custom-made for my Sig P365XL, so it fully covers the trigger and retains it perfectly. It also keeps my gun in a consistent location, so I don’t have to fumble around with it when I draw.

Kristin and the Falco Kydex Belly Band Holster drawing her Sig P365XL
Kristin and the Falco Kydex Belly Band Holster drawing her Sig P365XL

This belly band has a bunch of extra pockets. I found I could carry my phone, ID, credit cards, cash, and an extra mag in it. This is huge because I can go for a run and have everything I need fully concealed.

Kristin's Belly Band showing it with a Sig P365XL, extra magazine, phone, and wallet
This Belly Band can hold a lot more than just a handgun.

I also like how wide this band is. I have tried other belly bands that are thinner and found them not as comfortable. I found that I didn’t have to make this one so tight that it was uncomfortable for it to stay in place.

In hot weather, this belly band can become hot, but it is breathable, so it is not very noticeable. I like that I can remove the Kydex holster and have it dry-cleaned (although machine washable would be better!)

When I ordered it, I was surprised to find that Falco made so many different models for the Sig P365 with lights. I doubt there is a combination that they don’t make.

Recommended for:

The Falco Kydex Reinforced Belly Band Holster is for anyone who wants a belly band holster for the Sig P365. They have both light-bearing and non-light-bearing models available as well.

PROS

Breathable Material

Full Kydex Holster

Multiple Pockets

Light Bearing Models

CONS

Warm in Hot Weather

Dry Clean Only

A Video Guide to the Falco Belly Band Holster

This one is a little goofy but entertaining at the same time…


Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 AIWB Plus – Best Hybrid AIWB Holster

Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 AIWB Plus – Best Hybrid AIWB Holster
  • Type: AIWB
  • Material: Hybrid
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X
  • Return Policy: 30 Days
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $129

The Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 AIWB Plus appendix holster is one of the best hybrid Sig P365 IWB holsters we have used.

I love the compact hybrid design of this holster with its built-in mag pouch.

The hybrid holsters from Stealth Gear have a distinctive backing that is breathable and provides the same level of comfort as leather. I personally find this holster to be perfect for hot weather as I don’t need to wear an undershirt with it, unlike with other holsters.

Jason's Stealth Gear AIWB+ Holster
The Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 AIWB+ (note the clip is an older version)

The Kydex shell provides protection for the trigger and keeps my P365 safely in place, much like a fully Kydex holster would.

One of the features I really appreciate about this holster is its clip. It allows me to adjust the ride height and cant angle to my liking, and I can even tuck my shirt in around it whenever I need to. Unlike most other holsters, this one gives me the option to fully conceal and dress up a little without having to worry about my shirt coming out.

Note that the new version of this holster does not have a concealment claw which is a disappointment. Keep this in mind especially with a Sig P365 XMacro.

Jason wearing the Stealth Gear AIWB+ holster
Jason wearing the Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 Holster

Recommended for:

The Stealth Gear Ventcore 1.0 AIWB Plus appendix holster is for anyone looking for a comfortable appendix holster for the Sig P365. It is great for hot weather and has a mag pouch built in.

PROS

Hybrid Design

Breathable Material

Tuckable Clip

Pistol Light Options

CONS

Price

No Concealment Claw on new version

Video Review of the Stealth Gear AIWB Plus Holster


Alien Gear Photon Holster – Most Flexible Sig P365 Holster

Alien Gear Photon – Most Flexible
  • Type: IWB, OWB, Appendix Side Car
  • Material: Kydex
  • Sig Models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Day
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $44.88

The Alien Gear Photon holster is one of the most flexible Sig P365 Holsters we have found. It can be configured for IWB, OWB, and the Appendix position. I also have the photon magazine carrier, which attaches to this holster in an appendix side car configuration.

The Author's three Alien Gear Holsters with a Glock 19, Glock 17, and Sig P365XL
The three configurations of the Alien Gear Photon Holsters

I appreciate the affordability of this holster. Despite being one of the most reasonably priced holsters on our list, it offers great flexibility as it can be adjusted for both right and left-handed shooters.

This was particularly important for our team since we have members who are right-handed and left-handed.

I had no trouble adjusting my holster to how I wanted it. The sidecar mag carrier is also adjustable. It took me some time to get it exactly right, but that’s what makes it such a great product. After all, everyone has different preferences.

The Author's Alien Gear Photon Holster and Sig P365XL
The Alien Gear Photon Holster with the Mag sidecar and my Sig P365XL

The holster comes with a concealment claw for IWB carry. I found that depending on the pants and belt I wore, it was a little difficult to put on with the attached claw. The space under the clip for my pants and belt was just not enough sometimes.

When using it with my P365XL, I found that I didn’t need the claw as the grip was short enough to stay close to my body without printing.

Another small feature I really like is the included spare hardware. It seems like I always drop the tiny screws, and they bounce into oblivion. They even include a spare belt clip.

There are light-bearing models for the P365 available for this holster, so even if your gun has a light, they may have something that works for you.

Recommended for:

The Alien Gear Photon holster system is for anyone looking for a flexible holster for the Sig P365.

PROS

Can Use IWB or OWB

Adjustability

Side Car Mag Garrier

Light Bearing Models

CONS

Difficult to put on with Claw

Video of the Alien Gear Photon Holster


1791 Gunleather BHC OWB Leather Holster – Best Sig P365 Leather OWB Holster

1791 Gunleather BHC OWB Leather Holster

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  • Type: OWB
  • Material: Leather
  • Sig models: P365, P365X, P365XL, P365XMacro
  • Return Policy: 30 Day
  • Warranty Policy: Lifetime
  • MSRP: $54.99

The 1791 Gunleather BHC OWB Leather holster is a great option for carrying the Sig P365 outside the waistband.

I like how the leather of this holster is soft but molded to fit the P365 at the same time. It smells great, just like a tack shop.

Jason showing the 1791 Gunleather OWB Holster with the Sig P365
The 1791 Gunleather OWB holster with the Sig P365 XL

The wings of the holster with the belt loops are naturally curved, which allows me to thread my belt easily. It also makes this holster comfortable to wear since no rigid belt loops are digging into my side.

This holster fits my Sig P365XL surprisingly well. It is nice and snug but not so tight that I can’t draw it easily. It does not interfere with the backstrap on my gun, so I can get a good grip before I draw.

The ride height and angle are not adjustable, but it feels close to the correct position for me. My Sig rides at a slight forward angle, and I would have rather had it slightly more upright. This angle does help it conceal better though.

Jason wearing the 1791 Gunleather OWB holster with the Sig P365XL
Jason wearing the 1791 Gunleather BHC OWB holster and the Sig P365XL

The only major thing I don’t like is how the area around the trigger is not as snug as I would like it to be. The trigger is by no means exposed, but it would make me feel better if it was not as wide here.

Overall, the quality of the leather is amazing, and it is a great-looking holster as well.

Recommended for:

The 1791 Gunleather BHC OWB Leather holster is for anyone looking for a top-quality leather OWB holster for the Sig P365.

PROS

Quality Leather

Flexible Loops

Molded Design

CONS

Trigger Coverage

Not Adjustable


Tips on Choosing the Best Sig P365 Holster

The Sig P365 is considered to be one of the best guns for concealed carry. Its slim design and lightweight make it easy to carry in an IWB position. Generally, people tend to prefer carrying it in the appendix position, while those with larger bellies prefer the 3 O’clock IWB position.

I also included the best OWB and belly band options we have found above in case you have decided that an IWB holster is not for you.

If you are uncertain about the ideal position for carrying your concealed weapon, we have a guide that can help. Check out our recommendations for the best concealed carry positions and tips for choosing the best concealed carry holster. Our guide outlines our decision-making process and highlights what we have found to be effective for most people.

Sig P365 Holster Features to Look For

There are a few features to look for when choosing your holster:

  • The holster should fully guard the trigger.
  • The holster should retain the gun securely.
  • The holster should be comfortable.
  • The holster should allow a full grip on the handgun when drawing it.
  • The holster should be adjustable.
  • The holster should not collapse after drawing the handgun.
  • The holster should be concealable.
  • The holster should be Kydex, Leather, or a Hybrid design.
The author showing a holster that fully guards his Sig P365XL trigger
A fully guarded trigger is a must for safety. Otherwise, items can get into the trigger well and potentially fire the gun.

The hardest one of these to consider without trying the holster is comfort. We have used (and still are) all of the holsters on the list above and can say they are all comfortable.

If you’re carrying the Sig P365, Sig P365XL, or Sig P365 XMacro in the appendix position, there are some essential tips that we recommend for you to carry it comfortably. Even if you have the most comfortable holster in the world, it can still be a pain if you’re not using it correctly. Additionally, we have provided more overall tips in our Best Appendix Holster guide.

  • Your pants should be slightly large around the waist to accommodate an IWB holster.
  • Wear a sturdy gun belt.
  • Pull your pants up! Make sure your waistband is in the proper position just below your belly button. This will provide enough room for an appendix holster. The design of your pants or a lot of belly fat may make this difficult.
  • Individuals with a lot of belly fat may find the 3 O’clock IWB and OWB position more comfortable and more concealable.
  • When carrying the Sig P365 in the appendix position, I find that I may need to push the top of the holster away from my stomach when bending over.
  • I find that while driving and wearing the Sig P365 in the appendix position my seat belt goes directly across the holster. I prefer to not wear it like this while driving in case of an accident.

The Best Sig P365 Holster For You

From our experience with the Sig P365 over the past few years, we have found the best way to carry it is IWB in the appendix or 3 O’clock position.

All of the holsters listed have worked well for us, and we still use them depending on the circumstances. While you don’t need all of them, a hybrid and a Kydex option work well.

If you prioritize comfort, try the Hidden Hybrid Holsters single clip and the Harry’s Holsters Infiltrator for added flexibility.

For a traditional leather holster, choose the Craft Lynx IWB and pair it with CYA Supply’s Ridge IWB. This provides both appendix and hip IWB options.

Mixing and matching holsters really opens up clothing options when pairing pieces based on weather.

If you are not satisfied with any of the holsters we have suggested, you can take advantage of their excellent return policies and send them back for a full refund. Don’t hesitate to request a refund, as it is a common practice. Keep in mind that holsters are highly individual purchases, and what works for one person may not work for another.

You will also need a spare magazine carrier and a belt. See our guide on the best pistol magazine pouches and best concealed carry belts for our top picks.

Now, check out our other self-defense guides and gear reviews. Our full concealed carry guide is constantly being updated, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter for updates if you have not already.

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Jason has an engineering and problem solving background. He is an avid outdoorsman, survivalist, and competitive shooter. He enjoys researching the best and most practical solutions for the problem at hand, studying stoicism, and finding innovative ways to be prepared.