Resistance at All-Time Highs Holds

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Tweed, as we know it today, hearkens back to what was basically hunting camo for 19th century British royalty. Tweed is what Victorian sportsmen wore while hunting on their Scotland estates. With its durability, moisture-resistance, light-weight and warmth, tweed was the perfect material for withstanding harsh climates while looking sharp. And that encapsulates a lot of tweed’s appeal: it’s both rugged and aristocratic and it’s both casual and refined.

Resistance at All-Time Highs Holds

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