couldn't be happier
I wish I would have bought one of these a long time ago. I'm typically a casual dresser. Jeans with a shirt tucked in and sneakers or boots. My previous holsters were all waist holsters and just didn't lend themselves well to concealed carry with my style of dress, unless I chose to wear a jacket or untuck my shirt. I was however always reluctant to try the ankle holster as it just seemed like it would flop around and or dig into the ankle.
I finally took the chance on this one. I carry a Glock 27 in it. I've had it about a week now and wear it 8+ hours a day. Very comfortable with thick socks (haven't tried it around a boot yet). Doesn't move around, nor hurt my ankle. I first tried it on the inside of my left leg with a right hand draw. That seemed a bit more accessible but was just a tiny bit less comfortable. I've now switched to wearing it on the outside of my right leg. Please keep in mind that this is not a quick draw holster, nor would I classify any ankle holster as such. You would pretty much need to draw from this discreetly. It requires me to use both hands to get my glock into it's snug fit. This was the cheapest (pricetag) ankle holster I found from various websites, and was leery about picking the cheapest to try, but as I said I couldn't be happier, and would certainly recommend it.
Does exactly what it's supposed to do - securely, discretely, and for the most part comfortably carry my sidearm. I've worn mine almost every day for the better part of three years. I carry a big, heavy Sig 229, and it stays right where I want it. I'm on this site to buy # 2. (the velcro is getting whomped out, and the faux fur/wool lining is wearing off.) Not that I'm upset, it's well worth the price. My only complaint is that when you first buy it it rubs on your leg hairs pretty bad. 3 choices: suck it up and wait till your hairs rub off , shave your leg, or wear thick socks. It's up to you.