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June 05, 1967
A decade ago the only sports trousers most well-dressed men possessed were gray flannels for cool weather, worn with tweed sports jackets, and gray tropicals for summer, with jackets of linen, madras plaid or cotton...
October 10, 1966
Football fans often accumulate as much bulk as their heroes on the field, but this season's girl-in-the-stands will confront the icy winds in slimming leathers designed for warmth and cut for style. Calfskin and...
September 14, 1964 | Paul Stewart
Just as improvements in passenger cars have developed from features first incorporated and tested in foreign racing cars, so have some of the new bad-weather fashions been influenced by such practical apparel as a...
Finger toasters, silk glove liners and wool helmets will help you keep warm when skiing on sub-zero days
December 02, 1963 | Paul Stewart
When the polar icecap seemed to blanket most of North America and Europe last winter, the hatters of America told us that a man without a hat can lose up to 35% of his body heat through his cranium. Apparently most...
March 04, 1963 | Jo Ahern Zill
Until this year the things a person wore boating were mostly regulation—denim, khaki or iust old clothes—depending on what part of the world he boated in. There were a few anchor-embroidered middies, but they were...