Hi folks, There are a ton of threads on holsters, pocket or otherwise, and none so far as I can find on the best trousers and shorts to pocket carry your glock in. I am a g26 owner, and I know many disagree with pocket carry. Save that for another thread! what pants do you own that the glock can be pocket carried in? Which pocket? And does the butt of the gun show at all without a baggy shirt? My favs so far: (no back pocket carry for me, I'll leave that for other posters.) Dye brand khakis, good fit, and as always with khackis the side pockets work fine, the front pocket is good for CCW, but not so great without a shirt. South pole and similar baggy youth brands work well, but you better wear a nice shirt and watch the colors so you don't look like a gang banger. (Makaveli clothes makes a great pair of shorts with what the kids call a "weed pocket" I use it as a backup gun pocket, it fits my little 22 without a holster great, and keeps it in place. If you don't mind having tupac shakur on your clothes this is a great way to go. The front pocket is deep enough for a baby glock.) REI makes some great hiking khaki pants, but the front pocket is just a smidge too small to keep the butt hidden, they will do in a pinch. Carhart work pants and shorts actually have a nicely sized front pocket, fit a sub compack glock quite well, and hide printing when purchased in black very well. These are my fav for pocket carry so far! Also, they look more redneck/blue collar than they do gangster, so I advise these as a good set of pants in general. very good material! a 10 round mag will fit nicely in the carpenter's nail pockets and can easily be pulled with two fingers. Old military surplus Vietnam era camo. Any pocket (except the rear) will do with these things, the butt is slightly visible in the pocket, but you can just tuck a snot rag over it if you like. Since mine is OD and the mag is black it actually kind of camoflages itself in these pants. The camo pattern helps reduce visible printing due to the odd shapes that are already on it. I have yet to buy any digital print, but nothing says "gun nut" like wearing BDU's in a city. U.S. POLO Not a great choice, the gun can tilt toward the inseam in the pocket to conceal the butt quite well, however it must be drawn at an angle, and with 2 fingers, making them less than ideal. With a proper pocket holster these are not going to work. Thanks in advance for any contributions to this thread! I'll post more as I find them and try them out.