I have an Azula for my 3" LCRx357 that I really like. Well made and inexpensive compared to some of the heavy hitters.I am looking at the leather ones. Need a holster for my micro 380 and don’t want to wait to have a leather works one done before I can carry it.
Winthrop Holster was a company like that, good solid holster for a great price. They are out of business now.Never tried either of those, but check out 1791 holsters.
Leather, about the same price range, decent holsters (I have two), and they have a dozen or so options for the Kimber Micro 380.
Kimber Micro 380 - 1791 GunleatherIf an American made leather holster for your Micro 380 is what you're looking for then 1791 Gunleather has you covered with our wide selection.1791gunleather.com
Keep in mind, these aren't Wright leatherworks or Milt Sparks level of holsters, but they are decent, well made leather holsters and are a fraction of the price.
Patience is a virtue. I have 4 months to go before I get my Sparks 55BN for my Pro Raptor. Don’t mind the wait i know I’m getting one of the best. In the mean time I have a SS 2 to hold me over. I agree with you Chuck it’s cheaper to do it right than do it twice.I spent a lot of money learning the hard way with a big box of second rate holsters because I wanted it now, patience is the answer. WLW holsters and belts are all I use today, The Pancake OWB I carry my EDC in is worn almost 365 days a year for going on 7 years, and it holds my gun like the day it was new. You want quality, dependability and comfort, pay for it with money and time. You want quick and throw it away in a year or two when it fails to hold your gun buy what ever. I'm not knocking what you're looking at, just trying to pass on what I have learned over the years.
Buy a holster that you can start using for EDC and in the mean time order a WLW holster and it will be here before you know it.