- Dec 28, 2019
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The Chappelle's Show "Trading Spouses" sketch is all that comes to my mind with all this fly on underwear talk.
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100% agree here. Belt/waistband does not need to be undone. Unzip the fly, then use the underwear fly. I wouldn't buy a pair of underwear that was flyless.lol....very glad this came up. I use the fly on my trousers, which then logic leads to using the fly on the underwear.
I recognize I'm in the extreme minority of this topic.
Please do scale them down on the XSThe collar is big and beautiful, but depends on the size. We may scale them down on the XS and S. It's based on the same collar we use on the Purple Label button downs.
The size chart of the LS and SS are different, not hiding anything there. You can see the SS is wider and shorter in the body from the chart.
The fact that anyone wouldn't want to use a fly on their underwear probably shows that the typical sideways fly is a bad design. It doesn't really make it easier than pulling down the band. Same with a buttoned fly. However, a horizontal fly is basically the same motion as pulling down the band, except you don't have to fight against the elastic and you don't have to reposition the band on your waist once you're done. Win-win.To use. Does anyone actually use the fly? How difficult is it to simply pull down from the band? The ones we're making are flyless.
I don't get the horizontal pouch. Seems like more work than necessary. Ours will actually have a comfort pouch with more room for the boys and lined in a bamboo mesh. Bamboo is incredibly comfortable and has natural anti-bacterial properties.
Not admitting to anything...Full canvas with Milanese buttonholes instead of a fly.
The fabric has to be machine washable first. Any wool would be a no go.
They are finishing the contemporary inventory today.