19 Reasons You Should Never Wear Leather Pants

They are bad for your health and attractiveness.

1. Tight ones could damage your fertility.

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Sure, these Chippendales dancers may look virile, but wearing tight pants can overheat men’s testicles, lowering their sperm count. Non-breathable leather could make things even worse.

2. Or give you a yeast infection.

Lack of breathability could foster yeast.

3. But loose ones look like this.

There is nothing “classic” about this horror.

4. A denim crotch is not the solution.

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5. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian have ill-fitting his-and-hers versions.

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Unless you’re planning a Kim-and-Kanye kouples kostume, avoid.

6. They make your butt sweat.

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Sorry, but Dave Navarro probably smelled really bad in these.

7. They were part of this outfit.

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Leather gauchos: less constricting, still terrible.

8. And this.

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Where do the pants end and her thighs begin?

9. And this.

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10. “Leather pants” in German? Lederhosen.

11. Justin Bieber gave them a thumbs-up.

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While also wearing a leather vest.

12. The black ones resemble garbage bags.

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13. They’re not much better in khaki.

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14. Or oxblood.

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A sheaf of wheat cannot distract me from the hideousness of these pants.

15. They’re impractical for physical activity.

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16. And going to a ballgame.

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Even if you’re singing the national anthem, like Demi Lovato.

17. And doing the splits.

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18. They encourage bad combinations.

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Would Marina Jamieson have worn this shirt with normal pants? I think not.

19. Please dispose of them immediately.

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