How to carry with sweat pants on? SR40C in Foxx Hybrid IWB

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    How to carry with sweat pants on? SR40C in Foxx Hybrid IWB

    What are so Enid my options for carrying with sweat pants on with said gun in description.

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    Unless you're wearing sweatpants with a belt or suspenders, I'd suggest a bellyband.
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    I've often carried with an inexpensive Galco Shoulder Holster under a sweatshirt, on and off duty, revolver and semi.
    They run about $92. with a single mag carrier, split leather (suede) and modular for all types of changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Unless you're wearing sweatpants with a belt or suspenders, I'd suggest a bellyband.
    Either that, or wear a nice tight belt under your sweat pants........... LOL

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    Smart Carry rig. No-brainer on this ordeal
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    I occasionally carry a Sig P238 or an XD40 IWB in sweats using Remora holsters.
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    I recently ordered and just got a Pistol Wear belly holster for just this purpose. Not all my sweats/shorts have a draw string so for me the Remora was out of the question. I really like my PT2 holster from Pistol Wear. I carry a M&P9c. Not really sure how the SR40c compares size wise but my M&P9c fits nice although I can't carry it with zero cant and snap the flap to secure the gun. That's not to say the flap is needed. Unless I am going to do some handstands.
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    Easy. Remora or Sticky holster. That is how I carry my guns with the drawstring shorts and sweat pants that I wear. I sometimes use a fanny pack, but not one of those very large and bulky ones. I also like the Tuff Products Taclight Jr bag. Clips on pants or use with a shoulder strap. Last but not least, get a small gun for those times that you wear sweat pants. I can easily pocket carry an LCP or NAA mini revolver. This is a problem with many solutions. Hope you find one that works for you.
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    I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but if you're carrying a gun, you ought to be wearing your big boy pants.
    If you must wear the sweatpants for some reason, smart carry is about the only way.
    On second thought, fanny packs seem to work well with sweatpants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShooterGranny View Post
    Either that, or wear a nice tight belt under your sweat pants........... LOL

    (or buy a Remora)
    When I work out, I carry my Glock 30 in a belly band and wear a belt over the belly band and inside the sweat pants.

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    Bellyband ought to work well for sweatpants.

    OTOH, Kangaroo carry (sort of a hybrid bellyband shoulder holster) tucks your gun close to your ribs, maybe not a good choice to wear working out, but otherwise would be fine.
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    Shoulder rig. I prefer the High Noon Undertaker line.
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    How about Thunderwear? I haven't used it myself, but could be the solution here.

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    I am of the same persuasion--no belts, no ties, no jackets--had enough of this for 40 years. It is now drawstrings or no strings. I have a Remora that works as good as can be given the fact that you are placing a holster and a firearm somewhere IWB without the benefit of a belt or some other solid form of constraint. I am not a 24/7 CC but when I do CC and am wearing say sweatpants, I use my Remora and make sure the drawstrings are tight. This is still not a belt so the idea that you are going to be climbing ladders or playing baseball or running hard are not practical activites but for everyday comings and goings it stays in place with the tightened drawstrings and the "sticky" nature of the holster and its very shape which assists in retention. Short of things like belly bands etal, this is a quick practical and easy to use method to deal with "no belts" and it works--at least for me. Another advantage is the fact that when I get into my car, I am able to move the holster around to a position that does not "did into" my waist or belly--before I get out, I readjust and I am fine. There are other "sticky" holsters around but I did find that the people at Remora seem to go out of their way to assist and answer questions--I suggest you give them a call and ask and also look at their video on line.

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