My pants keep falling down

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    i just got my beltman belt yesterday,get the plain ones that are in stock....had mine in hand in about three days. well worth the almost $90 investment.

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    I know how it feels Brent1202, when we have a problem and post it, then get a bunch of wise acres, who have never had that problem; cracking jokes and making light of a genuine problem. Don't sell the Perry suspenders short. I wear them, with a Milt Sparks holster, and they work just great. ChinaMart has them for around $10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Tighten belt until face turns blue--loosen one notch.
    I agree with old vet, thats how I do it. The right belt makes it.
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    I know it's juvenile but the title to this thread is just cracking me up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCAz View Post
    Wear your pants three sizes smaller.
    Just add pizza and beer to your diet, you'll catch up quickly.
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    I have a 5.11 Tactical belt. It's nice and dressy, and supports the gun weight very well.

    I've also noticed I have to ride my pants a little higher so it catches on my waist, otherwise it just slides around.
    Knowing is half the battle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    Eat more donuts and Ice cream and quit drinking lite beer
    I like the way this guy thinks!

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    Well I put on a better belt just for shits and giggles. The pants stayed up for the most part. I'm new to the conceal carry thing. I'm sure want the tactical belt arrives all will be good in the world. I'm just not used to wearing my pants real tight like that. I know this is off subject but god didn't give me much ass to hold my pants anyway. Haha.

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    I was wearing the wrong kind of belt when I started carrying.
    It was one of those weave style jobs from 10 years or so ago. Held ok for my kel tecp11, BUT oh my, when I put the S&W M&P on , sag city-droopy drawers.
    Went to wworld, and bought the thickest, widest belt that would fit into my wranglers.
    Problem solved for $13
    I'm talkin' a nice thick belt here, I kid you not!


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    Quote Originally Posted by XsYang View Post
    This belt will help! You wear it inside your pants and it stops your shirt from getting untucked and it stops your pants from falling. I have been using it for years. Galls® Flexible Waist Belt - Galls.com
    How does the product keep your pants from falling? Please explain as I am interested in trying it.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XsYang View Post
    This belt will help! You wear it inside your pants and it stops your shirt from getting untucked and it stops your pants from falling. I have been using it for years. Galls® Flexible Waist Belt - Galls.com
    Man, I haven't wore one of those since I was on active duty with my Class-A's. It worked very well at keeping my shirt looking sharp and tucked.
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    +1 for the suspenders.. bought some at sears made by levis.

    1 1/2" width and really like them.. can wear heavier guns now
    in owb holster with no drooping pants and in comfort.

    Don't worry, no one will see them under you shirt.. I even wear them
    on bare skin under a t shirt when I don't feel like wearing an inner & outer
    shirt.

    Don't let these monkeys get to you.. they suffer from the same condition
    but won't admit it. Gravity deals with everyone equally.

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    I'd expected every response in here to be 'it's your belt', and was surprised to not see that. I used some thick and stiff department store belts until I could get a better one. They helped, but my various 5.11 belts (free with the pants at the time!), and various companies' training belts (Wilderness, Uncle Mikes, etc.) really make a big difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent1202 View Post
    Just got my crossbreed in for my Springfield XD .40 Sub and have been wearing it around the house. Love how it spreads the weight out and pretty comfortable. My only problem is its pulling my pants down . I have a tactical belt coming so hope that helps. Any suggestions?

    Brent
    Me too It's all in the belt. XD9sub and a CB ST as well. I have a reinforced belt from Blackhawk...it holds the weight better but is really uncomfortable while sitting. I went back to one of my thicker leather belts and just tightened it by one hole. More comfortable and I just deal with a little sag.

    A good belt will find balance between comfort and function. Beltman here I come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibber View Post
    How does the product keep your pants from falling? Please explain as I am interested in trying it.
    Thanks.
    Scroll down on this post and you will see a picture of someone wearing it.
    Galls® Flexible Waist Belt - Galls.com

    The belt is made of soft rubber with little knobby things on it. The belt side holds onto your shirt and the knobby things hold on to your pants.

    I have gone back home after leaving when I have forgotten it.

    Wear this rubber waist belt under slacks and over your shirt tail to keep your shirt tucked in neatly.

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