Jim Harbaugh: 49ers Coach Disses Himself In Dockers Ad – Watch

Thu, June 12, 2014 3:59pm EST by Add first Comment

Too funny! The wife of San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh’s disses her husband in a hilarious new Dockers commercial. Watch the commercial to check out why Sarah was dissing her high-profile hubby!

San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and his wife Sarah were featured in a new Dockers commercial about the dangers of “dad pants,” and it has everyone laughing! Sarah has always been Jim’s biggest critic and this time she put a stop to his lack of fashion sense. Watch the commercial to see how Jim gets dissed and why you should join the campaign to #StopDadPants!

49ers Coach Jim Harbaugh Mocked By His Wife In Dockers Ad

Sarah made fun of her San Francisco 49ers husband in a hilarious PSA warning commercial about the dangers of “dad pants.” Sarah hilariously criticized Jim’s style — or lack thereof!

Sarah compared his cheap, curtain-like pants to being, “the shapeless, pleated tragedy that too many men find themselves in every day.” Too funny!

But Sarah called in the fashion police for backup and Dockers saved the day! Who knew that a simple change of pants could make a world of difference?

Pay close attention men because Sarah says that changing to Dockers will make you a “whole new man.”

One of the best parts of the whole commercial is Jim and Sarah’s daughter asking “Mommy, who’s that?” after Jim fixed his fashion faux-pas.

Jim transformed from a unfashionable, disorganized man to a sophisticated family man — and all that was done by switching to Dockers!

Nice work, Sarah. The epidemic of “dad-pants” has been solved!

What did you think of that commercial, HollywoodLifers? Did you get as much of a kick out of it as we did? Let us know!

– Sammi Errico

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