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Not to belittle 'yoga pants', but...most any gun that could be carried in/on them would print excessively...not to mention destroy the svelt lines of those form fitting, delightful to the eye pants!

Then again, one might try a thin pair of nylon shorts to be worn over the yogas that wouldn't add bulk nor weight, and would allow a wide variety of OWB holster options.

As for IWB aficionados, I can't think of a more caustic environment for any gun than the sweaty interior confines of workout attire...and conversely, for that matter, Hoppe's #9 would probably be tough on tender skin in close, sweaty, intimate contact. YMMv...Rod


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The Phlster Enigma is quite versatile. An Enigma could even be worn OVER the yoga pants, with the rig concealed by a tunic-length top.


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I would second the suggestion of the waist belt/Fanny pack/bum bag or PHLster for the reasons mentioned; I have a co-worker who uses the waist belt method and nobody gives her a second look about it. (She wears it more like a crossbody style.)


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Hi my wife is in need of suggestions to carry her 43x w/tlr 6. I’m thinking belly band but we are having a hard time deciding which one and finding one that works with the TLR6. Any suggestions would be appreciated thanks.


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Perhaps we should ask skinny girls in yoga pants to chime in with pictures of EDC..? I’d offer to model some holster options, but I doubt a middle aged guy with a moose knuckle works for this thread.


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Phlster Enigma.

Got one several months ago, for a 365 Macro with Rz. Been wearing it here in the Dallas heat with no problems. For the guys, I would suggest the sport belt, as to me the way it comes seems more attuned to women. I've tried the other suggestions here and found them either uncomfortable or the gun was unreachable. The tie-down is no problem once you start wearing it.

?Biggest issue - going to the bathroom. But I'm accustomed to a shoulder holster, so it's a real change.
 
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I sense an untapped market for tactical urostomy bags...

Kidding aside, appreciate your take on it Devereaux. I get very little feedback on EDC from people other than middle-aged dudes like me.


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