For my pocket holsters, I offer both a round and square cut version. I do so because simply not all pockets are created equal. Some are small, short, deep, shallow, etc. and that presents a problem sometimes if a customer is offered only one style of cut for their holster. Let’s take a SW J Frame for example. If you are wearing jeans or slacks, a round cut would work best . If you are wearing pants that have large cargo size pockets or a jacket with big pockets, then a square cut would work well. If one is carrying a small auto like a Ruger LCP or a Beretta 21A, then square cut should be considered for most but not all situations. It should also be pointed out that what makes my pocket holsters different from most others is that they do not require a “thumb push off” to extract the firearm from the holster. I’m an advocate of “less is more”. The less steps one has to perform while under stress to extract the firearm from the holster, the better off you will be.