I find it amazing that, given the amount of time modern humans spend in cars, and how many decades that has been the case, that clothes are still designed the way they are. I’m a guy, so no handbag for me, no other place on my person to carry shit like cellphones or small change, a wallet etc. If you think about the fact that you’re seated and held down by a seat belt, where are the most difficult places to reach on your person? Your butt, your hips, and your chest where it’s covered by seatbelt. I find it amazing that that is exactly where the pockets on men’s clothes always seem to be placed. wtf is with that??
Sure, I can wear cargo pants on the weekend and it’s much easier to get into those side pockets while driving, but I can’t wear stuff like that to work. Most the dress pants or khakis I own have pockets so shallow my small change always drops from there straight under my seat, so efficiently you think they’d designed them that way. :fume:
When are designers going to get the idea that most clothes do not function adequately when behind the wheel?