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Shorts-wearing teen boys get leg up on winter

Too cold for shorts? Not for these guys. At left, Schenectady High School student Chris Landis, 14, leaves school at dismissal recently. At right, 16-year-old Zach Calderon, a Scotia-Glenville High School student, walks to school in shorts. (Photos: Peter Barber/Gazette Photographer and Michele Calderon)
Too cold for shorts? Not for these guys. At left, Schenectady High School student Chris Landis, 14, leaves school at dismissal recently. At right, 16-year-old Zach Calderon, a Scotia-Glenville High School student, walks to school in shorts. (Photos: Peter Barber/Gazette Photographer and Michele Calderon)
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The thermometer read 32 degrees on a cloudy February morning in Burnt Hills — perfect shorts weather. In the crowded halls of Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School, pale, male legs flashed by with regularity, displayed beneath baggy cargo shorts and above socks pulled up to mid-calf. No matter how low the mercury drops, many teenage boys thumb their noses at frostbite and brave the elements in nothing more than shorts and a hoodie, leaving some ...


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