Quick, Concealable, Secure, and Comfortable Sig P365XL Holsters.
What should your Concealed Carry Holster Do?
As Jeff Cooper says, “Remember the first rule of gunfighting… have a gun.” With the right Sig P365XL holster, you can have your P365 XL when you need it.
Comfortable to Sit
The Infiltrator doesn’t poke into your body with shape edges like most P365XL holsters.
The holster is rounded, so it’s comfortable when you’re wearing it all day long.
Secure Clip(No Belt Needed)
Most holsters have bulky plastic clips or slick metal clips that can easily come off your belt in a fight.
Our holsters use DDC clips designed with cloth grabbers so secure they work with and without a belt.
Conceals Well Behind The Hip
It’s often hard to conceal a gun when you’re carrying behind the hip.
The built-in wing keeps your Sig P365 XL close to your body and well concealed.
Comfortable Rounded Edges
No sharp hard edges like other P365XL Holsters.
The rounded edges make our Holsters comfortable to carry all day long.
Great for Appendix Carry
Most Sig P365XL holsters either don’t conceal well or are uncomfortable to carry.
The Infiltrator’s rounded profile makes it comfortable, and the built-in wing keeps the gun concealed.
Built In Concealment Wing
The built-in wing does a great job of keeping the gun close to your body and well concealed.
It’s also very smooth, which makes the Sig Sauer P365XL holster easy to get on and off.
Sig P365 XL Holster Concealment
With its built-in wings, our Sig P365 XL Holster conceals the gun close to your body.
When you’re carrying your Sig Sauer P365XL IWB holster, you don’t want the grip of the gun sticking out through your shirt.
If someone sees you have a gun there could be issues.
This holster’s built-in wing tucks your gun’s grip close to your body using your belt pressure. The wing prevents the gun from printing, which allows you to hide the fact that you’re carrying it.
A P365XL holster that Works in Multiple Positions
With its built-in wing, the P365 XL holster can be carried behind the hip or AIWB.
Most P365XL holster wings are only suitable for appendix carry. The Sig P365 XL holsters we offer come with built-in wings, which can be used for both behind-the-hip and appendix carry.
Without the wings, the holster won’t be as easy to put on and off and won’t help conceal your gun.
One holster gives you the option of carrying multiple positions.
Sig P365XL Holster Adjustment
The Sig P365 XL Holsters from Harry’s Holsters can be adjusted to fit you perfectly.
Whether carrying appendix or behind the hip you need the ability to adjust the P365 XL holster to your body. The holster features 3/4 inch of adjustable ride height and can be canted up to 30 degrees.
Adjustable Ride Height
Having the right fit is essential for appendix carry, and our AIWB Sig Sauer P365XL Holster has precise adjustability.
You can customize it to fit your body perfectly, making it as comfortable as possible.
With 3/4s of an inch of ride height adjustment available, you can find that exact setting that works best for you.
It makes a difference to how you draw your gun and how it conceals if you are carrying behind the hip.
Our P365XL Holsters have 30 degrees of cant adjustment.
Comfortable Sig P365XL Holsters
Tom Segura said, “You should make travel as comfortable as possible,” we believe concealed carry with our P365XL should always be the same.
The Harry’s Holsters Sig P365 XL Holsters feature rounded edges that fit your body perfectly.
Most IWB holsters for the Sig P365XL have hard and sharp edges that aren’t comfortable to carry.
These edges poke you, causing discomfort.
Our P365XL holsters are designed to fit your body, making them comfortable to carry.
Our comfortable holster will keep your Sig P365 XL close at hand when you need it most.
The Sig P365 is one of the most popular selling handguns on the market.
It’s a perfect gun for people looking for a gun small enough to carry but large enough to shoot well.
The gun is often paired with a SIG Romeo Zero, giving the user the capability of a red dot.
This allows you to shoot the gun more accurately. While the Sig P365 can be used for other applications, such as competition or plinking, it will be most commonly used for concealed carry and self-defense.
Sig P365 XL Concealed Carry Holster
Choosing a Sig P365 XL Concealed Carry Holster is all about choosing the position to carry the gun.
There are a ton of positions you can carry the Sig P365 XL. The main positions are going to be IWB strong side, appendix carry, or in some sort of OWB concealment holster. I’m sure there are people who have considered carrying one in a shoulder holster or at ankle carry.
For ankle carry, the gun will be a little bit too heavy. And a shoulder holster has a lot of other downsides we can talk about elsewhere. We’re going to go over the main carry positions and what to look for in a holster for each of these carrier positions.
P365 XL IWB Holster
Choosing the right P365 XL IWB Holster is all about finding the correct carry position. There are a couple of carry positions that people tend to favor when carrying inside the waistband.
Those positions are the appendix, which generally means forward of the hips, strong side.
This generally means from the three to five o’clock for a right-handed shooter or nine to seven for a left-handed shooter, as well as small of the back carry. Small of the back is not recommended due to safety concerns.
A small of the back holster will conceal fairly well. It also puts the gun very close to your spine.
Wearing it in this position increases the risk of long-term negative health effects on your back and spine. Also, if you were to slip and fall on the gun, it could cause severe damage to your back.
I would suggest avoiding this position at all costs.
There are multiple features to look for in a Sig P365 XL IWB Holster. Those features will depend on the position you carry the gun. We will go over them in detail.
A strong-side Sig P365XL holster generally has one area that can cause discomfort. That area is the muzzle of the gun itself. This is going to vary from user to user. This will not be an issue if you have a very flat rear end.
If your rear end is even slightly shapely, the muzzle of the gun may poke into it.
This could potentially cause a hotspot if the holster’s shape is sharp.
You’ll want to make sure the muzzle of the holster is very well-rounded. This rounding will make it seem like you have a softball touching your body instead of the rough cut end of a two-by-four.
It makes a huge difference in comfort when carrying a gun throughout the day.
Another feature specific to strong side carry is adjustable cant. Cant plays a couple roles when it comes to caring stagnating side.
One of those roles is to conceal the firearm. Your gun’s grip is the most likely portion of the gun to print. That is when carrying at the strong side.
So you want to ensure the grip sits as close to the body as possible. Canting the firearm so it rides nicely next to your kidney is paramount. Getting the cant on the Sig P365 XL Holster perfect will make the gun as concealable as possible. The usefulness of cant doesn’t stop there, though.
Cant is also very important for your draw stroke. We all have slightly differently shaped bodies.
By this, I mean we have different lengths of arms as it relates to the height of our waist. So the correct angle for one person to draw the gun will not be the same for the next. This is based on their arm length and how high the gun is sitting on their waist.
There are a lot of individual factors that go into it.
To optimize the cant for your draw stroke, you will want to place the Sig P365XL holster behind the hip.
Then adjust the cant so your hand naturally meets the gun’s grip when you prepare to draw. This angle may or may not be the same as your optimal angle for concealment. You’ll have to decide which mix of angles works best for you.
If you don’t have adjustable cant on a P365 XL holster, then you lose control of how well the holster will work for you.
We suggest getting a holster that adjusts between zero and 30 degrees of cant. Most holsters come with only seven and a half or 15 degrees of cant. Normally Sig P365XL do not have continuous adjustment. So they’ll give you the option of either zero or 15 degrees of cant, with nothing in between.
Sig P365 XL Appendix Holster
When looking for a Sig P365 XL Appendix Holster, the most important thing is a holster doesn’t have sharp edges.
You want to ensure as many surfaces on the holster are as well-rounded as possible. A key area to look for this is underneath the trigger guard.
Your Sig P365 XL Appendix Carry Holster sits in a pocket when carrying the appendix.
This pocket is between your groin and your inner thigh.
The goal of the Sig P365XL holster is to fill up as much of that pocket as possible without leaving any dead space. Dead space will mean that there is going to be more pressure in certain areas.
That dead space will make your Sig Sauer P365 XL Holster uncomfortable.
You want the pressure spread out as evenly and as much as possible.
When you spread out this pressure, the holster is very comfortable. But when the pressure is concentrated in several areas, it leads to a hotspot.
A hotspot is an area of discomfort when carrying a holster. We do not want hotspots when you’re carrying a holster for 12 to 18 hours a day.
A big part of making sure the holster sits correctly in that pocket is ride height. Ride height not only affects comfort but it also affects concealment and draw speed. We’re going to cover each of these aspects independently.
Ride height for comfort is pretty apparent. You want to make sure it fits in your body’s natural pocket without leaving a lot of dead space that could cause discomfort.
For concealment, generally, the lower the grip sits closer to the belt, the more concealable the gun will be. The downside of this is the slower the draw will be.
The higher your grip sits, the faster your draw stroke will be.
The placement of what you decide to set the ride height will affect all three categories.
You’ll have to find a compromise that works best for you. Most people find that compromise somewhere in the middle, but again, everybody will be a little different.
Our hips are all slightly shaped differently, affecting how our pants and belt ride on our waistline. The cut your pants also affect this.
Most of the khakis I buy ride a little higher on my hips than the blue jeans I wear. So if I was going to set up a holster for blue jeans, it would have a different ride height than a holster set up for khakis.
That’s assuming that comfort is my main goal. The ride height might be identical if I’m looking for concealment or draw speed the ride height will be identical with both styles of pants.
Sig P365XL holster Adjustment
There is no one size fits all solution. Adjusting ride height in the Sig P365XL holster gives you options.
An eighth of an inch can make a big difference in comfort when carrying a holster all day.
There are also accessories for appendix carry holsters that help with concealment and comfort. Those are a wing or a claw and also a wedge. We’re going to cover those down below.
A wing or a claw is a device that sits off to the side of your Sig P365 XL Appendix Holster and applies leverage from the belt to the holster, pushing the grip of the gun into your hip.
This makes the gun much more concealable and angles the grip so it’s more natural when you go to draw the gun. If I could only have one accessory on an appendix carry holster, this would be it.
It makes a huge difference and really helps conceal the gun.
A wedge is a little bit different. A wedge will also help concealment, but it’s mainly for comfort.
As we discussed earlier, you want to ensure you’re filling the pocket. A wedge is a foam device that sits between the holster and your body and helps fill any voids you may have.
Another advantage of the wedge is concealment.
By sitting in between the body and the holster, the wedge kicks out the muzzle of your Sig P365 XL Appendix Holster. And by kicking that mussel out, it pushes the gun’s grip back into the body.
When carrying appendix, most of the weight in any gun will sit above the belt line. So you have the belt torquing on the gun, and then you have your body pushing the gun out away from your body.
This, along with gravity, causes the gun to want to tip out away from the body, making it less concealable and also potentially creating a hotspot somewhere in your groin.
A wedge helps counteract this on your Sig P365XL holster.
Sig P365XL OWB Holster
Considering the Sig P365 XL is a concealment-style firearm, you’ll likely want to carry it in an OWB holster designed for concealment. When searching for a Sig P365 XL OWB holster, you’ll want to make sure that the holster has adjustable cant and is designed to sit very close to the body.
Pancake-style holsters generally work better when looking for a holster designed to sit close to the body.
They are low profile and have two clips, one on the slide side of the firearm, as well as behind the trigger guard.
These clips sit closer to the holster, making the overall package very low profile. Adjustable cant, like when carrying strong side IWB, is a very important feature for a Sig P365 XL OWB holster. Again, we’re looking for a holster with zero to 30 degrees of cant.
This amount of cant adjustment allows you to optimize the draw stroke and concealment with how the holster sits next to your kidney.
We are all built a little bit differently, so it is always nice to have options to optimize a piece of gear to our body type.
Sig P365 XL Red Dot Holster
The SIG P365 XL comes standard with a red dot cut. So there is no reason not to buy a Sig P365 XL Red Dot Holster versus a holster that is not set up for a red dot. Considering Sig also has the Sig Romeo Zero, most will be Sig P365 XL Romeo Zero Holsters. These holsters should be compatible with the Holosun 507K, which fits the same mounting pattern as the Sig Romeo Zero and the Shield RMSC.
All of our holsters would fall under the Sig P365 XL Red Dot Holster category. This is because we design all of our Sig P365 XL Holsters to have a red dot cut.
A red dot drastically increases your ability to hit targets at a distance. They’ll also help to self-diagnose flaws in your shooting technique.
So even if you don’t have a red dot on your Sig P365 currently, you might want to get a compatible holster, just in case.
Sig P365XL Romeo Zero Holster
Considering you get the Romeo Zero mounted on a Sig P365 XL from the factory, there is no reason not to get a Sig P365 XL, Romeo Zero Holster. All our Sig P365 XL Red Dot Holsters are cut to accept a red dot.
If you love having a red dot on your Sig P365 XL as much as we do, we definitely suggest getting a Sig P365 XL, Romeo Zero Holster.