Comfort Waist Pants

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    Comfort Waist Pants

    Others have already discovered this I'm sure, but I thought I'd share with those that haven't. Like many of us, I carry both IWB and OWB, mostly depending on the gun I am carrying, my choice of shirts and time of year (weather). For the longest time I struggled with pants size requirements when switching from IWB to OWB and back again. I never could find "the right size" for both until I got my fist pair of pants with a hidden comfort waist band. The ones I got came from Lands End but I am sure other companies sell a similar product. What I like second only to the comfort while carrying IWB is they look completely like normal pants to anyone looking at you and are not the typical "stretch band waist" that I associate with "old folks" wearing. I can say that because I are one. And, yes they do come in ladies styles too. Now that I carry daily I will only be buying this style of pants going forward. . . .that's my 2 pennies.

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    That is why I started wearing Croft and Barrow dress shorts. Large pockets and very easy to switch to IWB because of the comfort waist. Works great.
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    Good source...

    with a good variety.

    Until now I've only found khaki type that work for me.
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    These are comfortable and tough to wear out.

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    Interesting. I may try a pair -- I'd need something besides jeans for work.
    Thanks, zrow, for the link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boscobeans View Post
    These are comfortable and tough to wear out.

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    I just ordered 2 pair today and got a promotion code and got $5 more off the order. Can't beat the price and from what you are saying they should do just what I want. Should work great for motorcycle riding and CC. I see they also have some belts that may be heavy duty too.

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    dockers also makes pants with an expanding waistband and the elastic is hidden.

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    I almost want to buy a pair of these just so I can refer to them as my "dinner pants" in which I do not need to unbutton them during the 3rd course.
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    LL Bean has a lot of these as well....
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    Whoever intented comfort waist pants deserves a nobel peace prize...of course, the overall value of that prize has been reduced to that of a spider ring in a box of Cracker Jacks, but you know what I mean.

    They make switching from OWB to IWB super easy.
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    George, Docker and Haggar all make the "hidden" Comfort Waist pants. I buy mine at Walmart or at Kohls when they are on sale. They are all I wear anymore and I pocket carry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by boscobeans View Post
    These are comfortable and tough to wear out.

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    They look ok but the elastic part is not nearly as hidden as they are in the ones I have from Lands End.
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    My fear of the 'comfort waist jeans' is they can easily cross over to the 'moms jeans' look.
    The ones in your link look ok though.
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