Wow - that's blinding. Still better than Garanimals.
And I remember they were made from very synthetic, stiff, unnatural type of fabric.like very light upholstery..
Those were some "snazzy" trousers!! I don't remember Curt having any that bright.
You were too good to him, Ann. You wouldn't believe some of the colors I had to wear..
I still remember the TV spot with the kid(s?) jumping on a trampoline.
That sounds familiar.
I remember having a green pair of these.
NOTHING said poor like a pair of Touchskins in a sea of 7th grade Levis. Oh, the childhood trauma that defines us today.
Richard: I also had green and brown.Wee67: Sorry! But since i had to wear them too I can't feel too sorry for you..
Red??? That's crazy!
Haha. Try wearing a red pair, and see if you make it through recess without being punched at least once...
I got out of the 70's without ever having had a pair of Toughskins. Thank god.
So are you saying your parents were better than mine?Are you???ARE you??!!?
it was mandatory. my mom got tired of sewing patches over the worn out parts of my other jeans.
I had some all american red white and blue ones. Beat that.
Your parents grew up with the trauma of a Depression, followed by a World War; then Korea; then Vietnam; then social upheaval of the 60s- and your biggest trauma while growing up is having to wear Toughskins? You're scarred for life? WTF?
Um, Edward, I was kidding..
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