17 pairs? I don't even think I have 17 pairs of socks!
They do look like they'd work well. Pocket carry is very comfortable & concealable. It makes me look forward to summer.
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I have 17 assorted pairs of 7 pocket hiker pants from Cabala's and the bellows pockets allow me to carry my Kahr PM9 without a soul knowing I have it in the front pocket and very comfortably too.
Even with the Armalaser I'm going to put on it with a specially made FIST holster, you won't see a print.
Go to the Cabala's website and search for these pants. It's amazing how well they work. You can also get Columbia shorts with the same pockets for summer.
I only have less than a quarter of the walk-in closet. You should see my wife's part. She has enough pants for a regiment. Luckily, she shops garage sales and store closeouts.
I really like my Orvis Zambezi Twill Cargo Pants for pocket carry.
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Cheap Wrangler carpenter pants have huge pockets that easily handle a 642 in a Kramer pocket holster. They're also baggy enough to be comfortable. I get mine from Target. They also make carpenter shorts that fit the same way.
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I find my 442 in a Kramer to fit all of my pants without a problem. I may try a PCS Blackbird since I wear jeans a lot, but the Kramer is a perfect holster.
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I have Wrangler carpenter pants for work and the pockets are not big enough to hide my Kahr PM9 without printing. The Cabela's 7 pocket hiker pants have front pockets that are almost the size of cargo pockets and at $30. a pair, won't break the bank. The Orvis pants are almost 3 times that.
Most cargo shorts and pants I wear seem to have deeper pockets then other styles, and carry my snub 642 in a Mika pocket holster with ease.
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