I find the Remora to work better with jeans than dress pants, as jeans have less give to them as well as a more "grippable" surface. The Remora still works well with the 5.11 Tactical pants, it *felt* more secure in Levis. I think it's because the dress pants all have the "expandable" waistlines that don't allow the pants to be held as tight.
It's a "one size fits many" holster:
I didn't know what to make of the Remora at first. Common sense tells you that a holster without a clip is bad news; little more than Mexican carry with a covered trigger guard. But then you go ahead and use it, and realize that, damn, this thing works. Because there's no clip, it's easier to position in a pair of jeans. Because it's so grippy, it does NOT move out of place even when you're moving quickly.
I'm tempted to get one of the J-frame holsters for it, as that would allow pocket carry as well. So far I'm quite impressed with the Remora as an IWB holster - it has stayed put, allows for a rapid draw, and is very comfortable - all for $30 shipped. I haven't worn it all day yet, but for quick trips out and about this is a superb choice - it's very quick to grab and place in the waistband without worrying about adjusting belts and such. Best of all, you can put your shirt on over the holster like a tuckable and it works just as well.
Big thumbs up for the Remora!
That is all.