been a long time since i had a pair, but:
unbutton button fly, pee.
leave top button & belt done up to avoid dropping trou'.
unbutton top button, and undo belt if necessary, in order to button up again.
obviously you'll have a grip of either side of the fly w/ your hands while buttoning, so you won't drop trou'.
pretty simple process, really.
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My one and only pair of button fly's I learned to love, they're regular levi's, nothing special about them just with a button fly. I usually don't wear a belt with them and just rip all the buttons open, way easier than trying to jam my piss pump through the buttons.
I always leave the second button down unbottoned. It makes it way easier to undo the bottom ones. If your old chap can snake his way though there you have some other problems.
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Any of my previous button fly pants (jeans or cords), I was able to undo all the buttons in one quick motion allowing for maximum access. It didn't take long to be able to get quick at buttoning them all up.
I'd love to find some more button fly jeans again.
every pair of jeans in my rotation right now, except for my "beater" jeans I wear in the garage are all button fly. A couple pairs of Gap Selvedge denim and some Levis.
Step 1: undo belt
Step 2: tuck belt end into front right pocket
Step 3: undo top 3 buttons
Step 4: whizzzzzzzz
Step 5: do the reverse of steps 1-3
Step 6: profit.
I think they use button fly because it'll hold up longer than a zipper and no worries about zipping up your wang dang doodle or having the zipper come off. I guess it compartmentalizes screw-ups so if one part is messed up the rest can still function.
I don't know - I don't think the heavy duty metal zipper on most jeans is the common point of failure. I rotate my jeans to 'garage' status after a while, and they'll stay there until they fall apart or are too covered in dirt and grease to salvage. Always been able to zip 'em up.