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on 28 May 2013
When I first opened the package(promptly delivered as usual) I was immediately impressed by the look of the pants,although why we should be bothered by what our underwear looks like is a situation fraught with all kinds of Freudian possibilities.My mother always told us to make sure we were wearing nice underwear in case we were knocked down and taken to hospital.I always thought that if I were involved in an accident my first thoughts wouldn't necessarily be on the condition of my underwear.
Sorry, I digress. To get back to the subject in hand; style: probably 8 out of 10.When it comes to functionality; a completely different matter.On examining the "keyhole fly" I discovered that it was a dead end, a cul-de-sac,rather than an access point. In fact it would function better as a pocket, in which you could keep your mobile phone,your cigarettes or even some rolled up socks, than as a way to liberate the "wee man"(on that basis, Duck and Cover could possibly market them as Chastity Pants).
Obviously a manufacturing fault.Either that or Duck and Cover employ people with a grudge against men (or a great sense of humour) I have no intention of returning these items.I may in fact upgrade my rating to 4 stars because of the entertainment value.