This is a discussion on Odd Question: Preferred Denim Jean within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by rickmn50 Diamond gusset jeans. Great wear while carrying and great for the family jewels! Plus, Diamond Gussets are made in the USA....
Whatever you do, don't buy from Levi Strauss. They are one of the most anti-gun companys on Earth.
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Used to buy nothing but Levis. Now Wrangler, Lee & Carhartt. I like Dickies carpenters for work. I like kydex OWBs but I prefer leather with full coverage for IWB. More comfortable and less wear on my pants.
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Wrangler relaxed fit; with a AKJ Concealco gun belt and their holster or one from HBE or UBG and the world is perfect :)
Sounds like you need an IWB that covers the muzzle of your handgunand a good belt. I 've been using a brand of jeans from Sam's Club now for years , believe they're called Makers Mark . Wear as good as any and they run about $ 13.00 a pair.
I wear True Religion jeans and haven't had any problems. Great holster + great belt = problem solved
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I'd have a hord time ordering jeans from a website that won't tell you anything about the jeans other than they're $97.
For me, Wal*Mart, Faded Glory $15. Who cares if they wear out.
I really like Costco Kirkland Signature jeans for carry. They place the side belt loops just right for my Galco COP 3-slot to sit right where I want it. I just loop the front holster loop over the belt loop over the front right pocket and thread the rest normally with my belt. It stays in place and I can still draw when sitting and buckled into my car seats. The offset side loops also means that my Galco COP twin-magazine carrier sits right off of my left hip at 9 o'clock for easy access as well.
$13 is a nice price as well...