An essential part of etiquette is the dress code. Nowhere else on the mountain has a greater concentration of fashion police than the park, so if you want park respect, you’d better dress right. From your uber-gangstas in knee-grazing swag and matching Skullcandy headphones to park gypsies sporting whale-watching hats and ultra-practical patchwork jeans, you better find your clan and get down to your local Primark to make sure you fit right in. Otherwise, you risk getting pushed to the back of the lift line. But seriously, for a sport that gushes endlessly about ‘pushing the boundaries of creativity and self-expression,’ you’d think what pants you’re wearing wouldn’t make a difference.