We Love It: Comfort Concealment Belt

If you live in leggings, boy, do I have the CCW solution for you.

by posted on November 2, 2021
Comfort Concealment Belt

I’m almost always in activewear. If I’m working from home, hiking, lounging or running errands, you can bet that I’m in leggings. I thought that my everyday outfits would never allow me to carry concealed on body. I avoid carrying a purse unless I have to, so a CCW bag isn’t exactly for me either. If you’re committed to on-body carry, but tend to avoid pants and belts at all costs, Comfort Concealment has a solution.

The Comfort Concealment belt is essentially a versatile and stable waistband that you can wear under any piece of clothing. It works with any inside-the-waistband (IWB) holster, so there’s no need to go out and buy an additional holster. Skirts, sweats, leggings and any other belt-loop-free bottoms are now fair game for on-body carry. This belt is also skinnier and less obtrusive than a belly band.

A huge benefit to the Comfort Concealment belt is not having to sacrifice your normal wardrobe when you want to carry. While there are plenty of quality CCW leggings out there, I’m not ready to give up my favorite pairs of non-CCW loungewear. To use the belt, just attach an IWB holster and enjoy a swift and sturdy draw from underneath your sagging sweatpants. The belt has no stretch, except one small portion at the end so that you can achieve a tight hold while the belt stays in place—and won’t eventually stretch out.

This belt is definitely a game-changer for outdoor activities. You can concealed carry while hiking, trail running or camping in whatever outfit you want. I tested it on a 7-mile hike and felt secure and comfortable the entire time. It felt like an extension of my leggings’ waistband, staying firmly in place even while ascending 2,800 feet.

I climbed over rocks, ducked under logs and twisted around to see all of the spectacular views, and still my belt and firearm didn’t budge. The logo printed on the outside also has a functional purpose besides aesthetics; it grips your clothes so your shirt stays covering your firearm instead of riding up. Although I was on a solo-hike, the trail was regularly trafficked, and I wasn’t printing under my thin tech shirt.

I wouldn’t hesitate to wear this camping either. You gun is no use sitting in your backpack if a bad situation arises, so a comfortable on-body concealed carry setup is important. It’s also simple to handle nature’s call in the woods, because your firearm can stay put the entire time.

You’re also supporting a small business when you buy the Comfort Concealment belt. A husband-and-wife duo runs the business selling these American-made belts to men and women alike who live in athletic wear. As the future of concealed carry evolves (hopefully along with CCW legislation) this belt’s technology is at the forefront of CCW solutions.

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