An 11-year bet between four Calgary UPS workers to see who could survive the longest wearing shorts on the job has been won -- but it hasn't prompted the winner to start sporting long pants this week. Call him crazy, but Shaun Finnis feels more comfortable braving Calgary's deep freeze in shorts. "The cold really doesn't bother me," said the 38-year-old, who collected $400 in the bet. But even Finnis said the nasty weather during the past couple of days -- dipping to -48C with the wind chill on Monday -- has been tough to bear. "(Monday) was probably one of the coldest days I've ever had," he said. Regardless, he's still pulling on shorts instead of pants to go to work. "I don't even own any UPS pants," said Finnis. "I gave them all back about five years ago," Four UPS colleagues chipped in $100 when the bet was made in 1996. "It's kind of the end of an era."