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Jim Harbaugh's wife wants you to stop the Dad Pants menace

Dad pants are bad pants, according to Jim Harbaugh's wife, who has witnessed atrocities in the field of poor leg fashion.

Do you remember whenJim Harbaugh's wife, Sarah, revealed to the world that her husband wore $8 pants from Wal-Mart, and our Spencer Hall reviewed his terrible, soulless pants?

Well, it turns out Harbaugh has been upgraded, courtesy of Dockers, who capitalized on the interest in the 49ers coach's leg garments by putting him and Sarah in an PSA about the horrible Dad Pants pandemic. (Pantdemic?)

Slightly less dad pant-y, although certainly still in the category of Pants Dads Wear. We wonder whether Spencer is still wearing his.

We are a tad concerned about how much Jim is smiling here, though:

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