Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
if you are going to sag your pants then you have to accept that that shit will happen. Just accept it, and if you cant then pull your pants up so that it is still steezy just not dragging on the ground. Just a question, when you hit rails or boxes, do your pants get caught underneath your sis at all?
"He'll run up to someone and be like get the fuck on the ground you fucking asshole or i'll spray you with my mace gun. and than in the car he'll be like go with christ bra"- Burgrider
hey to the people who told him not to sag...i dont even sag and have only L pants and mine get cut from just general skiing when my skis come together or sometimes grabs. its gonna happen. i wish they made a like 4x4 inch patch to put on new pants
I have a huge issue with this, but that's what happens when you buy Oakley, I was thinking of getting a couple of those iron-on denim patches (biggest I can find) and seeing if I can't put them down there over the rips. Think if I iron them on they would hold? I dunno, cause it sucks.
I sew some really thick leader on my pants and even the leader got ripped apart...
Although some pants can stand more than others.
e.g. my burton pant got ripped very fast, while my friends quicksilver holds up pretty well
At least there is no other way than buy new pants every season.