Concealed Carry Leggings

I'm pretty certain that most of you that have followed SMT for a while know that I'm pretty obsessed with my jeans. The only times you'll find me in leggings are when I'm working out or lounging. Wait, there is an exception, I do wear leather leggings on occasion for date night. Anyways, I'm talking athletic style leggings - I wear them for what they are made for...working out. You won't find me running errands on the weekend in athleisure wear. However, all that may have just changed for me with these leggings. I was so stoked when my Alexo Athletica order arrived in December; I ordered the signature pants and the sporty shell, which I haven't had a chance to wear because it's been too freakin' cold. 

I was a bit concerned when I ordered them that they were too small but once I got them over my hips they fit great. The high waist area is thicker (this is where most of the concealed pockets live) but it doesn't dig in. I'm wearing a size small and I wear a medium in Lululemon leggings for size reference. What I really love about these leggings are all the pockets. I'm bit OCD when it comes to pockets in my bags, coats, and pants. I like to be organized where everything has it's place and in these pants they do. There are a total of 9 pockets and I've carried everything from my card holder, pocket knife, carry gun, phone, pepper spray, lipstick, and sunglasses in these. I've worked out in them. However, not while carrying (a gun) yet due to current local laws on restricted carry areas. It's a nice option because I can run out to grab a coffee and not need to bring a bag. I have a place to carry a defense tool or multiple tools if I choose. Some places, I can't carry my gun so it's nice to be able to carry a blade or pepper spray in my waistband without needing a holster.  It's all about options, ladies. You know I preach that religiously here and having leggings that are cute and allow you to carry what you choose gives you the options.

I decided to give these a go a few weekends ago to run errands and carry my VP9SK. These leggings definitely fit my Glock 43 better since the G43 has a slimmer profile than my VP9SK. However, since these leggings are technically the 'holster' and I have my VP9SK right now so I'm taking advantage of them. I noticed that after a few times sitting then standing, that the cant of the gun shifted a little but overall they held my VP9SK in place securely for what I was doing. I got a few questions on IG regarding the trigger guard so let me talk about that. These do not have a hard/kydex style trigger guard. If you are familar with the Can Can Concelament Hip Hugger waistband holster, then it's similar to this in the sense that there is no hard trigger guard. There is a piece of heavy duty fabric that the gun slides into and in front of it are two more thick layers of fabric. I have worn these leggings with a borrowed holster that uses a fabric style clip where I was doing a lot of drawing from concealment (using my VP9SK) and they were great even with a kydex style holster. I didn't have any issues with the weight of the gun being supported. They are supposed to fit snug around the waist in order to help keep your firearm secure.

:: Concealed Carry Details ::

Gun: Heckler & Koch VP9SK |  Pocket Knife: CRKT Cobia Lerch Plain Edge Knife | Leggings: Alexo Athletica Signature Pants

:: Outfit Details ::

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Jacket: Blank NYC | Shirt: Nordstrom | Leggings: Alexo Athletica | Bag: Baggu | Shoes: Vans x Karl Lagerfeld | Lipstick: Bite Beauty in 'Gazpacho'

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