Tyrrells was not the first crisp manufacturer to launch a denuded crisp - Walkers' salt-n-shake range has been around since the Ice Age. But Tyrrells 'naked' is the first unsalted crisp that actually tastes of something: thick and very crispy, it's like eating Sunday roasties. It's also a product of its time. With no salt, that's one less thing to feel guilty about and, of course, there are no additives. Packaging that features frolicking unclothed nymphettes does it no harm, either.