Fred Durst + Wes Borland Rock New Stage Outfits That Are… Unique

Fred Durst: Antje Naumann (AllSystemsRed), CC BY-SA 3.0, Wikimedia Commons / Wes Borland Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images
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Back when Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst first debuted his “dad vibes” outfit, folks were caught by surprise (with some having themselves a good laugh).

As of recently, Durst has shown off another outfit that will certainly get heads turning, but this time, he isn’t the only Limp Bizkit member showing off a new look.

On Instagram, the Limp Bizkit singer posted a photo featuring himself alongside band guitarist Wes Borland, with each Limp Bizkit member rocking an interesting outfit.

Per the caption associated with this photo, Durst wrote the following:

“you know how we do”

Boreland’s look involves a coat accompanied by a shiny metallic mask, while Durst’s look… well, it is a whole thing. Between his overalls, shirt, white beard, and red beanie – the Limp Bizkit frontman sort of looks like a fantastical lawn gnome.

Below you can find this photo featuring Durst and Borland’s new outfits. What do you make of each member’s new fit?

Speaking of Limp Bizkit, we included their album Significant Other in our “15 Greatest Nu-Metal Albums of All Time” feature. You can check out the full feature by following the link below, but here is what we had to say about the record:

“Back in the day, Limp Bizkit did something pretty genius – they took two of the most popular forms of music and made them into one. When it comes to rap metal, Durst and the crew were the best around back in the ’90s. Among their releases, Significant Other captures the essence of ’90s attitude and the type of music that fans were clamoring for. Significant Other is an impressive feat of metal meets rap; through their songwriting and performances, Limp Bizkit crafted a record that capitalizes on the strengths of both genres.”

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