I prefer pocket carry, and had used some of the better known holster brands previously, and then I came across Mika Holsters. I read their positive reviews and the prices were, more than, reasonable, so I figured I’d give them a shot (no pun intended). They are now hands down my go to favorite and only holster. I have a Smith and Wesson Shield, a Ruger LC9S Pro and a new and great Sig Sauer P365, each one with a Mika Pocket Holster that fits like a glove. They are well constructed and perfect for pocket carry. They fit their respective weapons well, closely cover the trigger guard so the chance of you accidentally placing your finger in the trigger guard is as close to nil as posible, they do not print, and even if they did, it would look like something other than a handgun or handgun holster. They also have the unusual characteristic of once the firearm is drawn, you can actually place it back in the holster without removing the holster from your pocket. All this at a very very mreasonable price, both absolutely and comparatively. I can say unequivocally that their pocket holsters do everything you could ask of them and then some. I would give them an unqualified 10. I know they make other style holsters as well, and I’m confident they do so with the same dedication to quality that they display on their pocket holsters, but I’m really loving my P365 with my black Mika pocket holstet!
Posts: 2 | Location: South Florida | Registered: April 10, 2018
I only hear good things about them, I'm a DeSantis Nemesis fan myself. The thing is, each time I see a pic of a Mika pocket holster it looks excessively "fat" to me? The Nemesis is nice and flat and acquires a slight curve over time.
Posts: 23502 | Location: Pennsylvania | Registered: November 12, 2007
I carried my J-frame S&W backup guns in a Mika Pocket Holster for over two decades as a LEO. Since I retired, I frequently use one when I'm carrying my Ruger LCP. They are a great combo for summer shorts weather!
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