I’d Like To Buy The #FlashbackFriday In Black and White A Drink!

…because Flashback Friday is a swell guy, and wants to learn more about airbags!

Stick with me, you’ll find out what that means!

What do you say to clothing that’s timeless, comfortable, and has the potential to bring out the 1930s in you?

Ok, the last part doesn’t happen, but the rest is true!

Meet 1930s guy – he’s black and white in a colorful and totally 1998 world, yet cool and totally in style in pants that are the subject of today’s commercial.

In fact, all the gents are looking swell all the way around!

What is 1930s Guy’s secret? What gets him dates that earn explanations on how airbags work, and offers of drinks from women at the bar where 1930s Guy wows with his dance moves?

Why, click play and find out!

Can you blame women for wanting to buy him a drink? The man is winning at life like the swell guy he is, all in his Haggar business casual pants!

Dallas-based Haggar Clothing Co. was established in 1926, and has presence in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, keeping men clothed and looking sharp! In fact, by the end of the 1940s, they were the largest producer and marketer of slacks in the world, even manufacturing clothing for the United States military throughout World War II. By the early 1970s, their pants were number one in the world, and they became known for their “Custom Fit” suits.

They’re still very much a mainstay in the world of dressing up men, and have been endorsed by athletes in the National Football League, National Basketball Association, and Major League Baseball. In fact, it was one of the other products Mickey Mantle endorsed.

As for 1930s Guy, he was the product of a time when Haggar was creating a line of business casual wear for men, timeless looks that channel the past while focusing on contemporary tastes, as well as the swing music fad that peaked in the late 1990s.

And man was he cool!

And as the slogan says, Cool Comes Around.

Have a fantastic Flashback Friday, and a great weekend!

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