Took a second for both meanings to sink in .I don't even want to know how you plan to conceal... if that's the plan.
The Tru Spec tactical pants don't scream " Undercover Fed " like the 5.11 , but still have a plentitude of pockets .I was so happy to discover 5.11 pants; finally I had pockets for everything I wanted to carry. Now I discover that they make me a marked man because tacticool. I don't know if I can give them up to be a grey man; hell, whatever isn't already grey on me is pink.
I'm currently wearing an Eddie Bauer short sleeve, button-up shirt. It says "suburban dad". I can hide a full sized Glock under this thing. Worth recalling that if your shoulders are wider than your waist, you can conceal a gun more easily.Step 1- Any loose-fitting polo shirt works. Any loose-fitting button down collar shirt works.
I have a vertx polo and it very comfy. I try to only buy there stuff with a 25% off coupon.It is important to train in all of those situations though.
Vertx brand (on Amazon also) has some polo shirts that are a bit pricey but are designed for covert IWB carry with a second layer to protect the skin. I have one that I love and is very comfortable but I won't be buying one for every day of the week.
Dang, I sure wish you chimed in sooner. Would have saved all of us the time and effort having a discussion about something you already have all the answers for.This is insane and silly. I've carried newly every day for 16 years and never even thought to buy "special" clothes.
Buy your pants/shorts 1-2 inches larger in the waste and get a very good belt. It is harder to carry OWB in the summer time, so don't. In the fall and winter carry OWB with your jacket over the holster. If you are going somewhere that you expect to take your jacket off, go IWB that day. Semi formal settings requiring a tucked in shirt? That is a bit harder but you can still do it with normal button down shirts but the holster clips are going to show over the belt.
It is not that hard.
Dressing around your pistol with the clothes you have is the perfect solution. Buy whatever you want. The point is special clothes aren't needed.Dang, I sure wish you chimed in sooner. Would have saved all of us the time and effort having a discussion about something you already have all the answers for.
Glad we can all stop now that we have the perfect solution.
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Belts are like leather shoes. Buy at least 2 and rotate them. I have 1 Kore and 4 or 5 Nexbelt. I usually IWB, so I like the Nexbelt. For OWB, I found Kore has a thicker, more durable belt better suited for OWB. Nexbelt is a great non carry belt too.I like that belt track concept over the belt holes. I go through belts like candy and really need a belt that lasts. Willing to pay the money for it.