The stripes are consistent throughout the range of flavors. The logo is a little bit of fun and it does not take over the bag. Apart from that, this packaging is loud and bright. The color coding for flavors that is the most popular way of approaching Chips bag designs at present, is actually right here, but it is partially hidden by the bright colors and designs. It does everything it should do, but incoherently.
This is where the 'Industrial Strength' gets into action. They have a firm bite and a good solid crunch. There is little crispy and snappy about them.
Dakota Style claim their Chips are 'Industrial Strength' and while that is just a bit of fun, these Chips are thicker than regular Chips. The Brown aspect of the texture may have been darker areas or maybe they were longer cooked, we can't say we are sure. There were a number of curled and folded Chips.
A thick and relatively dry potato flavor that was brought out by a rather salty taste. The oil seemed to be an ingredient, rather than just what they were cooked in.