O’Neal Pin It baggy short review
O’Neal’s Pin Its are well-made, light and less descent-orientated than their name suggests. Multiple panels surround significant venting, while two zipped vents join zipped pockets on the legs.
A hidden belt cinches with a rubbery plastic ratchet, and there’s a gripper inside. Sadly, the cut is poor. They bunch at the front yet hang low enough to catch on saddles. Pulling the waist up to fix the crotch twists the legs schoolboy-high, leaving the vents pointless.