Constant Companion Adds Men's Concealed Carry Cargo Pants

posted on March 11, 2017
Constant Companion introduced its new Concealed Carry Cargo Pants for men, featuring redesigned front pockets that are larger than other options on the market.

The front pistol pocket on the cargo pants is constructed from ballistic nylon and is more than 14 inches deep, allowing users to easily fit most handguns into the pocket without issue. The pocket is also lint-free, snag-free, padded and features contours to prevent a handgun from reorienting itself during movement.

The pants are also tailored for a casual look in order to allow a pocketed handgun to disappear. The casual design also allows wearers to sit comfortably, even with a pocketed handgun.

The Concealed Carry Cargo Pants are made from pre-shrunk 7-ounce cotton twill and feature reinforced stitching and an adjustable waistband. In addition to the handgun concealment pocket, the pants also feature a 3-chamber front pocket made from rip-stop fabric for other gear. The pants also feature two additional cargo pockets for extra storage.

The pants are available in waist sizes from 32 to 48 inches. Left-hand styles will be available soon. The suggested retail price on the pants is $65.


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