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Pennsylvania tuxedo

Pennsylvania tuxedo
 n.— «To deer hunters in Pennsylvania and beyond, it introduced the Classic Hunt Coat. Combined with matching snow pants—in open black-on-deep-cherry-red “Heritage Plaid”—it was the uniform of the day for those pursuing whitetails. The “Pennsylvania Tuxedo” debuted in the deer woods in 1925.» —“Woolrich marking 175th year as an outdoors icon” Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources May 10, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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