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TREND: Athletes Wear Ankle-Length Pants For 2014 ESPYS & Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports

It's not cool to wear full length pants anymore

Written by Jrich in Athletes Fashion,NBA Style,NFL Style,Victor Cruz on Jul 30th 2014

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It’s not cool to wear full length pants anymore.

They have to be cropped or rolled-up. This is the current trend to impact the world of mens fashion. Experimenting with this trend is very doable, and perfect for the summer season. It looks best when worn sockless with a pair of dark denims rolled up to your ankles and chic hard-bottom shoes. You can also go for a formal approach–have your suit pants cut/altered to the ankle or integrate a pair of chinos (rolled up of course) with a slick blazer jacket and collared shirt.

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A slew of pro athletes experimented with this trendy look for the 2014 ESPY Awards and Nickelodeon Kids Choice Sports. Who pulled off the look best?
 

Chandler Parsons(Dallas Mavericks) donned a bespoke suit with pants cut well above his ankles, he completed his look with suede blue loafers.
 
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Victor Cruz(NY Giants) sported a sleek Rick Owens suit teamed with Paul Smith shoes. No socks zone!(via/styled @Thomasfaison)
 
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Colin Kaepernick(San Francisco 49ERS) dressed in a ocean blue slim-cut suit with pant legs altered to his ankle. (via/styled @Thomasfaison)
 
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Serge Ibaka(OKC Thunder) teamed his striped 3.1 Phillip Lim collared shirt and bomber jacket with black trousers folded up worn with sneakers.(via/styled @Kmcme17)
 
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