Woolrich, a 182-year-old clothing company, describes its new chino pants as an elegant and sturdy fashion statement, with a clean profile and fabric that provides comfort and flexibility.Yes, that's right, mainstream manufacturers are marketing clothing designed or modified for concealed carry of firearms.
And they are great for hiding a handgun.
The clothing lines address a perceived need in the concealed-carry subculture. Gun owners say they want to practice “maximum uncertainty,” meaning that if a gun is sufficiently concealed, a potential criminal will be unsure whether to attack. Gun experts say the research is inconclusive about whether such tactics reduce crime. Regardless, the clothing makers are jumping on the line of thinking.Obviously this is because they want to cash in on a 'dying industry'.
H/T to 45Superman