Women suffer when they wear clothes that conceal handguns, but fashion and outfitting companies are working hard to solve the problems that conceal-and-carry presents. The problem is a bulky, metal weapon that needs to be secured but remain difficult to see. Of course, it also has to be comfortable. The issue of comfort is the central issue
Conceal and Carry and Women’s’ Fashion
This is so much the case that there’s bound to be a lot of conceal-and-carry outfits in outlets in the not so distant future. It should not surprise anybody that many women find the prospect of carrying a weapon daunting, but that might change quickly. Whatever the future brings, consider the concealment jacket and see what the future will look like.
What Can it Do
A concealment jacket has a lot going on. It intends to be a fashionable, warm barrier, and a jacket that conceals a handgun. A holster holds the handgun in a breast pocket, and another pocket carries everyday necessities like a smartphone, car keys and anything else you ordinarily carry around in the jacket.
The outside elements need to be addressed and will determine the jacket’s look and underlying design. Like most outdoor wear, it must be weather resistant and have significant insulation. The exterior pockets keep hands warm and provide more places for items.
In the fashion area, you can imagine faux fur on just about any coat, something practical in the sense that it can be zippered in or removed. Far from a bulky look to hide the weapon, conceal-and-carry jackets will cleave pretty close the body’s form like ski sports jackets.
Concealing a Weapon
Inside the jacket, a securing system that completely conceals the weapon from view is important. Because people are either left-handed or right-handed, both inside pockets of the jacket will be able to secure the weapon.
In a future with conceal-and-carry weapons, you don’t have to be uncomfortable or unfashionable in your choice of jackets. The industry is fast at work to make conceal-and-carry comfortable.