Tropic Concealment Vest
Concealed Carry in warmer months can be a challenge at best. The Tropic Concealment Vest should be just the ticket. The material is strong and lightweight and will not add unnecessary weight to your daily wear. An inside net lining allows air to circulate through the covered back vent to keep you cool.
This vest is designed for a casual look and has front snap closure instead of buttons for ease of closure and opening. Colors available are Stone, Charcoal, Navy and Black and sizes range from Small through 5XL. The vest has 3 outside pockets and 2 inside pockets with Velcro used to secure a hook and loop style holster.
A Skin Tight Holster is recommended but not mandatory for securing the handgun. An RIA Baby Rock 380, Bersa Thunder and Walther PPK fit like a glove and I am sure other carry guns would also fit very well and be held securely. If you carry with a shoulder holster the arm holes are taped to conceal the holster straps which is a great addition to the construction of the vest.
The vest is very comfortable and long enough to conceal the handgun while carrying in the OWB style if so desired. I carry OWB and it works just great. Coverage is fantastic with the vest and eliminates the need for the untucked shirt.
Here are the features of the vest.
Outside flap pockets are lined with canvas. The canvas provides for a clean sweep if you are going for a waist-mounted gun.
Inside the pockets, there is a 4″ hook & loop fastener receiving patch sewn on to securely hold any hook/loop pocket holster. (We recommend the “Skin Tight Holster“)
The Vest is partially lined with 2 inside accessory pockets which also have hook & loop fastener receiving patches.
Mesh inside shoulder lining and full width vented back to ensure the maximum cooling effect.
Four snap front closure with hook & loop fastener Wind Strip. The Wind Strip allows the front to be gently tacked closed at the midpoint.
Light-weight 4-ply Taslan. This wash-and-wear fabric allows for easy care with no shrinkage.
Please check out their website: www.concealedcarry.com
By John P. DeBeasso Jr.