The holster is still in its infancy so the jury is still out (I'm the jury). Stitching and finish are spot-on. That said, break-in was a challenge. I previously broke in a classic brown 4-way holster by following the directions that came with it. No problem.
I ordered this holster in Signature Brown. It came with the same instructions. I noticed it was stiffer out of the gate (not sure why). I wrapped my Sig in a freezer bag and wriggled it into place per the instructions. Let it sit for hours. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat. After several performances, I still had to get a good toe hold on the holster to pry the pistol away from the Herculean grip the holster had on it. Then, I had to perform field medicine to get the sheen of maroon dye off the pistol that made it appear to be seeping blood. Considering my pistol has a straight trigger, 5.5 lb. pull, and no manual safety, wrestling it out of a holster is not any kind of a comfortable prospect.
A wise friend told me to brush a good coat of Neat's Foot Oil on the inside (ONLY) of the holster - the unfinished leather part - and let the sun bake it for about 20 minutes. While it was still hot, I was to put the bagged pistol in the holster and let it cool. If necessary, I was to repeat the treatment a few times.
It worked on the first go-round (which may be attributable, in part, to the several tries at breaking it in dry). The pistol now seats easily, holds in place (hanging the holster upside down and shaking slightly does not dislodge the pistol), and it draws smoothly from the 4 o'clock position. Yeah, I know I probably voided the warranty, but I no longer look like Barney Fife trying to get it into action, I don't feel like I have to carry Quickclot with me, and the range safety officer won't give me the side eye during weapon qualification.
The folks at 1791Gunleather are very responsive, by the way. While my pistol was not specifically listed for holsters, I received prompt, informed recommendations based on their special knowledge; all my questions received prompt, informed, and friendly responses with the offer to help more if needed). My only (slight) knock is that the email that solicited this review came with the 5-star radio button pre-selected by default; that seems a wee bit sneaky, fellas; and beneath this good company and its representatives (maybe they outsource review requests, or maybe I'm just a grumpy boomer).
Oh, and Signature Brown looks great with jeans, khakis, any suit, black or brown accessories, etc. Think of it like cordovan loafers (they go with everything, too), undoubtedly dressier than classic brown but not out of place; and not glaring like black is with casual attire.