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This is a discussion on Ridiculous Key?! within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by 06wrx4me This brings us to the root of the problem. Pants pockets are ever shrinking. I remember ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06wrx4me View Post
    This brings us to the root of the problem. Pants pockets are ever shrinking. I remember in the early to late 90's pants pockets went all the way down to your knee and were like 8" wide at the top. You could fit 4 beers in your front pockets and still walk, it was much more practical.

    Now even for people who think skinny jeans are retarded (me), they have shrunk the pockets so that my iphone in my pocket looks like my leg has a rectangle tumor.

    Anyone know of a brand of pants that fit loose and have useable pockets anymore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 06wrx4me View Post
    This brings us to the root of the problem. Pants pockets are ever shrinking. I remember in the early to late 90's pants pockets went all the way down to your knee and were like 8" wide at the top. You could fit 4 beers in your front pockets and still walk, it was much more practical.

    Now even for people who think skinny jeans are retarded (me), they have shrunk the pockets so that my iphone in my pocket looks like my leg has a rectangle tumor.

    Anyone know of a brand of pants that fit loose and have useable pockets anymore?
    I agree I find myself wishing pant pockets were a bit bigger, and could comfortably hold more. However, I've came up with a way of carrying all my EDC items comfortably, depending on where I am going. If I'm going to school I keep my bundle of ID, Credit Cards, and Cash in my back left pocket, Cell phone in front left, and keys in front right. If Im at Internship (automotive performance shop) I keep my cash in the same spot, back left pocket, I keep cell phone in front left, I keep my Benchmade Triage, my LED flashlight, and leather man multi-tool in my front right pocket, as I'm a righty and can quickly pull one out for quick use, and 2 pair of latex mechanics gloves in my back right pocket (I'm only an intern, I have no workbench at the shop, YET! (hopefully)). And lastly my keys hang from the belt loop next to my right front pocket

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    I agree with OP, I kinda hated the subaru Key at first but now its ok.

    I freaking hate jeans these days cant even fit my hand into my pocket...
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    Sweet! Just like Beyond Baggy's! Except did I mention I'm cheap?
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    I just ordered the new key.. will be great compared to my late 90's key given to me w/ the purchase of a brand new rex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
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    Those do look nice, but also outside my price range.
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    I wouldn't mind my keychain being smaller (9 keys, 2 fobs, security fob for work), but it's not really a problem with khakis/cargo pants, which is what I mostly wear. My WRX is cut on a STI blank from back in the day, so I know what you mean...it is kindof a huge-ish key.
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    I just have two sets of keys. One with the keys that I use occasionally (leave in my center console), and one with the car key and fob, which I carry regularly. Boom.

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    When I leave the house I have 2 key rings, my car key and fob on one and all my other keys on the other. I keep my other keys in the car whenever I go anywhere i.e. work, out, ect. That's been working out for me so maybe you can try that. Take the keys off that you don't use very often and just leave them in your car

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    Not a bad idea
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    I miss my Jnco jeans you could fit a liter bottle of soda in the back pocket. Im waiting for my Keyport V2 then ill try to modify my extra valet key to fit into it.
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    I don't feel like leaving a key in the car is a smart idea...one brick through a window and bam, car's gone. Not to mention, what if the fob breaks or battery dies?

    I've been rocking a caribeaner with my keys for probably the last 10 years of my life. By far the easiest thing to do. Right on a belt loop...never falls off. I keep a bottle opener on it for those times in need. One ring with house/work keys, and my car keys and clicker on a second ring so I can separate if need be. Best thing is, if you have shorts or sweats or something with no pockets, you can clip it right onto the waistband.
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