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S&S Precision Maker Monday – 757 Performance Denim


Did you get a pair of the first run of 757 Performance Denim? I don’t normally wear jeans, but I really like these. It’s not only a great looking pair of jeans, but a platform designed to comfortably carry concealed items. Features include: strategically located hidden pockets, Internal Belt Retention System, and the Multi-Pistol Holster.


Strategically located hidden pockets – Front internal pocket for stowing a clip-type knife out of view, or keeping a smartphone high and to the outside of the leg. Hidden pockets along the rear seam are large enough for a rifle magazine or full size pistol.


Internal Belt Retention System – Comes with internal belt retention strap. Once inserted into the Inner Belt Retention slots, the tab’s hooking action keeps the strap secure.


Multi-Pistol Holster – The Multi-Pistol Holster (MPH) is an injection molded thermoplastic elastomer holster that fits most full size handguns, including Glock, Sig, S&W, etc. The holster is symmetrically designed to be ambidextrous and with contoured surfaces for maximum comfort.

All sizes available at www.sandsprecision.com. Blue is in stock with Olive Drab, Khaki, and Gray coming soon.


30 Responses to “S&S Precision Maker Monday – 757 Performance Denim”

  1. Mike says:

    Just chillin with my flippy floppy in my back pocket… nbd

  2. JS says:

    Are these Netflix approved?

  3. WSPA says:

    Looks a lot like a straight copy of Triple Aught Design’s Intercept PD pants to me.

    • SSD says:

      Except that it isn’t. Perhaps Levis and Wranglers are also copies of TAD Gear pants?

    • Mike D says:

      WSPA doesn’t own a pair of TADs, otherwise he would not have made that comment. The styling is different, and last I checked the TADs didn’t accept the MPH. But what do I know?

    • You TAD fanboys are the worst.

      • WSPA says:

        Interesting responses. I do own TAD Intercept pants, just wore them yesterday, in fact, which is why this post caught my attention. The coloring and ruggedness are very similar to the TAD pants, as is the second rear pocket on each side (which is entirely absent on LEVIs and Wranglers, so I think SSD’s comment is off base there). The main difference is the internal tabs in the waist band for the mini holster, which is neat, but I’m not sure all that necessary given the personal preferences people develop on IWB holsters (and obviously this one wouldn’t transfer over to a pair of cargo pants or khakis…). Also, perhaps dismissing a neutral comment about similarity between an existing product and a new product (wasn’t touting one over the here, if you re-read my post) as simply coming from a ‘fanboy” isn’t the best way to go if you want to have a discussion about a new offering…

        • mike says:

          >says it looks like a “straight copy”
          >implies he wanted to have a discussion
          >implies that discussion was squelched by someone misreading him

          Uh, okay.

          • WSPA says:

            I surrender, and will forego commenting on future articles. Mike says “WSPA doesn’t own a pair,” as if he knows jack about me or what I wear, as though I can’t have a thought about this. Then LouisvilleGun suggests I’m a “TAD fanboy” simply because I gave my impression of the look of the jeans relative to TAD jeans. You guys aren’t even talking about the article of clothing in question, you’re merely dismissing and attacking the writer rather than the observation. Ridiculous. I’m out, enjoy yourselves.

            • D.B. says:

              They may have been a little harsh, agree.

              But a statement like “…a straight copy of Triple Aught Design’s Intercept PD pants…” calls for those kind of responses. If you stated ‘similar to…’ or ‘exhibit certain similarities to TAD…etc’ you may not have even be in the situation you are now.

              And, please don’t leave and stop posting and don’t make this unfortunate and silly episode taint your long standing relationship with SS site.

              Keep the chin up!

              • W.W. says:

                So he should’ve been more PC with his comments, to make the same point he made, got it. Sounds like Soldier system commenters continue to get booty blasted on the quick.

                I’m not calling you out on being quick to anger D.B, your response is on-point even if I disagree that he should have to choose his words carefully so as not to hurt the delicate constitutions of some of our brothers; I’m just pointing out that he got a lot of flak for a statement. There was nobody refuting his claim, just “nuh uh” and ad hominem.

                • SSD says:

                  One more time, “It’s not a copy” and you can quote me on that.

                  • W.W says:

                    Noted, definitely not disagreeing with you. If someone called out one of the more popular IWB holstering companies for “copying” a hybrid design I would laugh at them. There’s only so much you can do to make a holster (or pair of pants) noticeably different(which isn’t the point of the pants).

                    The point seem to be to keep them looking casual while adding features that make them stand out from what we’re buying at department stores. Same thought behind TADs intercept, just different in the details.

                    Maybe I’m too critical on some of your replies SSD, you keep it brief and you get to the point quick, which I like about 90% of the time, just personal preference in the end. Thanks for doing what you do anyways.

                • D.B. says:

                  Internet is a fickle thing. Posts made in cyberspace reverberate in different ways with diverse types of online populi, sometimes in misunderstood or negative way.

                  I get your comment, no probs. But I also stand by what I said.


        • SSD says:

          They aren’t new.

    • Gary says:

      Not even close. I own pair of those, too.

  4. Mike D says:

    I was really excited when these were released last year, being another pair of jeans to rock. Sadly, they’re extremely small compared to other brands. I’ve worn a size 32×32 jean for the past 12 years and these are the smallest, tightest pants I have ever tried to put on. I’ve never tried skinny jeans, but I imagine that’s how they feel. Hopefully the sizing has improved, because I’d love to try these again.

    • Jake F says:

      Really? I picked up a 32×32 as well and they’re huge on me. I knew I was going to have to get them tailored but they felt like parachute pants.

      • EB says:

        Yeah these fit like JNCOs on me when I first got them. Not tight, or skinny, or small like the guy above claimed.

        • Mike D says:

          Interesting… I wonder if I got a mislabeled pair then. I can’t even get them up to my waist in order to button them. I may have to look into this further.

    • mike says:

      Cut is very important. The wear difference between 32×32 Levis 501 and Levis 569 are staggering, for example.

      • Jake F says:

        I wear slimmer jeans because tight pants= tight groupings. It’s irrefutable science. But seriously, my 757’s were looser than 501’s and since getting them tailored they’re a tad looser than 511’s. Have they gotten any better since wearing them? If not lemme know if you want to sell em, ha.

        • D.B. says:

          “I wear slimmer jeans because tight pants= tight groupings.”

          I am on the other hand a complete opposite. Tight groupings as you say work on the downrange or combat. Not the content in my pants.

          Stay frosty…

        • Mike D says:

          I’d love to sell them, problem is that I can’t even get half of what I paid for them. Oh well, maybe someday.

  5. Dev says:

    no 28″ waist =(

  6. R. Johnson says:

    Those look pretty slick. I wouldn’t mind having a pair, sadly I can’t justify that much money for one pair of jeans.

  7. Bill says:

    The TAD covert jeans are cut slightly larger for IWB carry. How are these compared to TAD for cut? If you are a 36″ do you need the 38″ or are the 36″ cut large?

    I’d by a set just because ‘Merica.

  8. bob says:

    Does this dude leave is peice with his dog and flip flops while out in the surf? “I know! Lets give him a pitbul and and… and a surf board and wack some thongs in his ass pocket like a bad ass!”