Conn's were founded in the 1930s, it is therefore a little odd that their packaging design harks back to the 1950s. Admittedly it was a 'cool and groovy period of history man', but despite the highly visible checked pattern, the design fits more into the field of classic Americana decor than on modern supermarket shelves.
A lighter, even softer snap rather than the sort of crunch you will get with a regular pack from other Chips manufacturers. Nothing like the firm crunch you get with Kettle Cooked Chips.
A rather light colored yellowish Chip that had a small amount of seasoning. As most of the bag included whole Chips it was fair to say the majority were large and unbroken. They were however particularly oily.
The dated packaging is arguably matched by the flavor. Eating these Chips was like being transported back in time before people learned the meaning of saturated fat or worried about calories and salt content. The oil brought out the flavor of the potato. They were not nearly as tasteless as many regular unseasoned Chips, but they were probably quite bad!