Found the perfect IWB pants!

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    Found the perfect IWB pants!

    For those of you that have a Kohl's department store in your location, go by and check out their Croft & Barrow khakis. I love these things!! They have a 4" expandable waist that works great for IWB. They also make their shorts the same way for warmer weather (I have plenty of those, too). I can buy pants in my regular size and wear them comfortably with or without IWB because of the expanding waist.

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    thanks for the tip on those, will have to go check them out!
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    here's the link if anyone who doesn't have a kohls want's to check them out.

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    Thanks for the heads-up. I went to Kohl's this afternoon and bought four pairs.

    I've been wearing a similar trouser sold by Sam's Club for several years. They stock it on an occassional basis. They are my preferred everyday wear.

    I can wear them with or without my IWB.

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by badgerw View Post
    Thanks for the heads-up. I went to Kohl's this afternoon and bought four pairs.

    I've been wearing a similar trouser sold by Sam's Club for several years. They stock it on an occassional basis. They are my preferred everyday wear.

    I can wear them with or without my IWB.

    Bill
    I have bought several pairs of the Savanne brand of slacks there. Usually around $18.00 a pair. Nice as a casual slack, and you can even "dress " wearing them. The expandable waist works great.

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    to bad they do make them in big enough sizes

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    Bud, Kohl's my have a big & tall section. I think I remember seeing one there. You know how Sam's , and Costco are if they have them you have to hunt for them in the stack. The slacks that I got were quite nice, and at a great price. You can bet they are higher at Kohl's but you may catch a sale and are more likely to find the size you are looking for.

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    I could use some new pants to that adjustable thing would be cool for the switch iwb and OWB some times ya have to switch

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White View Post
    I could use some new pants to that adjustable thing would be cool for the switch iwb and OWB some times ya have to switch
    I'll agree with the orginal poster these pants work. I can slip on a pair of these, a nice shirt, and a jacket add a tie if needed and I'm ready to go anywhere. Take the IWB holster off and pull my belt up a couple of notches and carry on as usual.

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    yeah there site only lists up to a 44 not big nuff ohh well

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    I don't know if it's already been mentioned, but Dockers also has a version with the elastic feature that makes them expandable. I've only had one pair, but found them to be great for the same reason.

    Sorry for the "topic creep", but want to add a tip: I buy all of my shirts at Kohls, my wife likes the way the Chaps brand wash up wrinkle free, so that's what I'm usually wearing...try 'em...
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