Best Site/Store for Buying CCW Clothes

I am new to CCW and I am having to change my way of dressing little-by-little. I do not wear tight fitting clothes as it is, but I am looking for the best site/brand/store (can be brick-and-mortar) to buy some quality CCW clothes AND not break the bank.

Thanks, all.

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Not sure exactly what constitutes CCW clothes. I wear a lot of Carhartt or Land’s End. For shirts I look for button shirts that have a pattern on them (breaks up the outline of a gun).

I do wear 5.11 pants, mostly when I am hiking. Shorts too. LA Police Gear may give you some ideas too.

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Welcome to the Community, @5sola_gunner! Here’s a great thread about how to dress as someone who’s carrying concealed (dressing as grey man is a great suggestion for not drawing attention to yourself). Let's talk GREY MAN

Are you looking for specific holsters or cloths that have built in carry holsters?

Here’s a topic that has some shirt suggestions: Conceal Carry clothing
and more suggestions: When you carry what clothes do you wear?

Please let us know if your question isn’t in those threads. We’d all love to help!

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Okay! I will look into those brands/styles. Thanks a ton.

Thanks, Dawn!

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I guess the thing is to look “normal” and/or blend in to your environment. That is the ‘grey man’ from above. My clothing styles are very common here, but pretty much common in most places I would go. I am trying not to scream “tactical guy!!”. Heck, you want something like tac pants, but are not? Go find some Wrangler Riggs work pants (tough as nails too), or Carhartt’s. Lots of construction etc guys wear them.

My partner actually wears 5.11 pants to work (all in black). They look fairly like regular slacks on her, plus she gets pockets for all her phones!! Very business like, in her case anyway.

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I just found this and it looks really cool

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I have been wearing the Columbia brand or Academy brand fishing shirts for a while now. They easily conceal my OWB that I carry, they look good, and they fit great. They breathe really well, which is important to me because of how humid it is where I live.

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Carhartt fits the bill for me. Now, a good Grunt Style or Nine Line T-shirt makes a nice statement.

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I am looking into this as it would help, discreetly. Thanks for the link.

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Dawn–right on. @5sola_gunner–blend in. Save your ‘make a statement’ T shirts for range time or some such. If you’re carrying, I think going for invisible is a better strategy.

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Duluth Trading Co.

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