It’s Product Development Time
When we think of the many things we’ve going for us at Flint and Tinder, the one that we’re most excited about is actually, well, you.
That and our eagerness to listen.
You see, on Friday, we sent a survey to just about everyone who’d gotten to wear a pair of underwear to date. That’s almost 8,000 people. And so far, 4,000 responded with info (both positive and negative) that, over the days and week’s ahead we’ll be looking to figure bake into the product itself to make it even better.
Calvin Klein ever reach out to ask if his drawers were riding up? Didn’t think so.
Beyond that, we’ve started looking at every comment posted online, every tweet, and every blog post written about up. The reason being, sometimes surveys are skewed by the people writing them (us) to only look at the things we want to look at in the way we want to look at them. Not so when people start giving their feedback unsolicited.
In terms of blog posts, so far, the following reviews have popped up online… if you’ve seen something we’ve missed, by all means, let us know. I can be reached directly at Jakehimself@FlintandTinderUSA.com. Thanks!
THE UNFINISHED MAN
A while back, a little known website called Kickstarter hit the scene, and over the months it grew and grew into the monster of “slogan” it is today. One of the first things I “invested” in was a company called Flinter and Tinder (F+T). Their goal was simple: to design the best damn pair of underwear ever made, and manufacture it entirely in the United States.
It took them a few months, and what I imagine was a ton of sweat, blood, and tears, but they finally pulled it off.
THE IMMODERATE STOIC
Men, you should be wearing Flint and Tinder underwear. I would know, I’m an underwear expert. Malcolm Gladwell says it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill and I have thirty five years of underwear-wearing experience! So listen to me and try on a pair.
I’ve been spending time thinking about my purchases in general. I want my acquisitions to expand the world with which I’m pleased, whenever possible. That sentence was awkward.
…And again, if you have come across anything more by all means let us know. Ultimately, our hearing feedback good or bad is going to be the secret sauce that makes this thing go. Thanks!