Again, does anyone know of any holstermaker using this? I read an article years ago that S & W used this in their then-line of proprietary holsters along with a unique thumb-break design. It proved to be relatively non-porous, and provided a really slick draw.
See the last paragraph at this link for more info.
I did see that you could buy it at Joann stores and other places.
Interesting article anyway
I remember being in boot and one of the first things I bought after boot was a set of dress shoes and “boon dockers” in Corfam so I didn’t have to spit shine them anymore.
Corfam dress shoes almost seemed like a requirement when I was NNPS.
Kept the Chiefs happy at inspection.
Kept the Officers without something to remark on in passing.
By Prototype, a good shine on boondocks was enough, like “A” school, we were Engineering Dept.
I think some holster makers offer a lining. Off the top of my head, Bianchi/Safariland uses a synthetic lining on some of their holsters.
I don’t think that soft synthetics wears as well as “well maintained” leather though. Motorocycle jackets come to mind.