This is a discussion on Good Non-Tactical looking pants and belts within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by los Hold your horses, there Z. The Wilderness Belt is not ugly..!! It may lack elegance or refinement, perhaps a little homely, ...
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"A heavily armed citizenry is not about overthrowing the government; it is about preventing the government from overthrowing liberty. A people stripped of their right of self defense is defenseless against their own government." -source
That CCW breakaway is cool but not so cool for $90...but it is close to what I want.
Thanks for the link to the jeans...I may get one for colder days.
I ordered a 5.11 belt from another thread on here for like $3 plus $6 shipping...will see if that cures my sagging and poking out issues. If so, I know the belt seems to be the problem, if not, back to the drawing board.
You can't conceal a CW9? I can conceal my CW9 pretty much anywhere on my body wearing spandex, with a clip on from the Holster Store. I would try a different holster that doesn't involve the extra mag.
The CW9 is my summer gun, and I can conceal it in the tightest of t-shirts. I usually have it in appendix or SOB. It fits nicely in the little "pocket" of my lower back. And all that crap about falling on your spine is bogus with this gun, at least for me. Before I wore it that way, I laid down on my tile floor, and couldn't feel it. Probably has something to do with my nicely defined back muscles.
Smartcarry, pleated dockers, darker colors. Wear it over at the 11:00 position with the bottom of the grip centered on the zipper line (assuming you are right-handed).
I wear my double-stack G26 like this every day. I also wore a G19 like this for 18 months. No one has ever noticed anything, and the draw is fast - just tuck your shirt into your pants behind the holster. No need to untuck or otherwise deal with a cover garment.
And - no worries about your pants falling down!
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Glock 30, 19, 26; Ruger SP101, LCR, LCP (2), Mini 14; Marlin 336 .30-30; Mossberg 500
5.11 casual belts are available with different designs (basketweave, plain & stitched) in brown and black...they are tapered at the edges so the thickness isnt too obvious and they have an internal stiffener that will support whatever you are carrying...they look more like a nice casual/dress belt than a carry belt and are reasonably priced...
the wrangler cargo pants and shorts work great for me and i have even worn them to meetings without anyone questioning or looking funny at them...
I like the Wrangler Hero cargo shorts, never tied the pants.
For pants I wear Carhartt Relaxed Fit Canvas Khakis. They are more casual than dressy but I wear them to work with a polo top. 2 front & 2 rear pockets with a dedicated "concealed" cellphone pocket on the right leg.
Looper Belts...Woolrich Tactical pants, Discreet model. Both very good quality.
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