Why did CCW Breakaways design their patented built-in holster-pockets below the hip-line-of-flexure? For mobility! For comfort! For concealment! For speed!
A medical professional calls it the inguinal crease. We call it the hip-line-of-flexure. When a firearm is carried below this line, the CCW adherent is able to move freely and without pain. The unrestricted movement provides greater pain-free mobility than the popularized IWB holsters which act like a splint on a broken bone. There's no discomfort across the waistband and there's no firearm-holster stabbing your abdomen.
Watch us torture test the CCW Pants and Shorts to see how they performed in the Tough Mudder obstacle course that demanded maneuverability and a full range of motion using the arms, torso, and legs. You too can run over, under, around, or through the obstacles in your life!