When I carried with a conventional belt it felt like my mini-Glock 33 was hanging there. It's a hard sensation to explain, like sagging pants or wearing a carpenters tool belt too loose. I had to cinch it up so tight my back was killing me in minutes.
Now with a Crossbreed 1.5" gun belt there is no sagging sensation or need to cinch the belt too tight. The belt and my Crossbreed Supertuck feel like a "unit" sitting on my waist. I now sit my holster on my hip at 5:00 cinch the belt up comfortably and head out for a day with my pistol on my hip with comfort. When I draw, either in practice or just to put my pistol up for the day no more feeling like I am "drawing the holster" there's no more need to"hitch up my pants" all the time and No More Back Pain!
It's really important not to fidigit while "wearing" your "rig". That's a sure giveaway that you are armed!
Get a quality GUN belt THEN get a quality holster. You are going to spend at least $50 for your belt and with proper care it will outlast the holster.
Just my opinion, your Old Uncle Duke.