Springfield, Missouri’s CrossBreed Holsters began in 2005 when Mark Craighead, an avid shooter and concealed carry permit holder — like many of us — gathered a collection of holsters, quickly finding what did and didn’t work for him. Out of frustration, Mark started to work on a design for a holster he would want to use, which resulted in a new breed of holsters.
Each hybrid holster is handmade by team members Mark trained before he passed away in 2012. CrossBreed Holsters now manufactures high-quality leather and nylon belts, belly bands, modular systems, and magazine carriers.
CrossBreed contacted me to review their products and provided a few products at no charge to me to try. By coincidence, I own several CrossBreed Holsters already, and one of my everyday carry setups includes their Crossover Gun Belt paired with the Freedom Carry IWB Holster. I was delighted to dive deeper into their product lineup and share my experience.