I have a whole bunch of holsters, and several of them are no longer being made, so they are not replaceable. Also, even if they were replaceable, it would not be financially feasible. Removing the mold/mildew is the only option for me.jarhead79 said:You have moldy holsters????? EWWWWW!!!! You definitely want to kill the mildew. I don't know how bleach will effect the leather, but it's the most effective way to KILL mildew.
Leadblooded is making holsters now, just replace them. Veggie tanned leather is key, because it doesn't hold moisture. Keeps your gun from rusting, so I'm guessing it will help the mildew problem as well.