Fifteen years ago, when the freestyle motocross movement began, the world saw "baggy" pants for the first time. Now off-roaders have adopted this style of over-the-boot pants, particularly on the West Coast where there is less brush to catch them on. The benefits are comfort, versatility, water-resistance and that feature you never knew you needed until you had it: pockets! I've been wearing Shift's Squadron pants ($149.95; www.shiftracing.com) for the past six months and have come to appreciate their six (count 'em) pockets. Fit is loose and comfortable, there's an internal leg gaitor that keeps out dirt and water, and you can zip off the lower legs to transform them into long-length shorts. The Squadron jersey ($39.95) and Recon gloves ($29.95) both have the same comfortable, relaxed fit as the pants and perform well, but are suited more for warmer temperatures.