CCW Breakaways have launched a paradigm-shifting concealed carry pant with built-in, disguised holster pockets and breakaway openings that can be enlarged.
The method of carry and deployment are tradition-breaking, according to the company. There are four patents pending on the product and the process. In force-on-force Tueller drills, breakaway users repeatedly neutralized their adversaries with 10 feet to spare rather than the usual 21 feet, according to CCW Breakaways.
Breakaways pants with built-in holster pockets enable a faster one-handed draw to help prevent a race with an adversary for who brings a weapon into play first.
The pants offer deeper concealment and normal-looking clothing that provides a covert look without a tactical operator's appearance. The pants also offer a more comfortable carry, a below-hip line of flexure, and no gun pinch at the waist.