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Vintage Woolrich Lumberjack Vest – 80’s Woolrich Red Buffalo Plaid Wool Sherpa Button Up Sleeveless Vest Jacket – 90s Hip Hop Clothing

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Vintage Woolrich Lumberjack Vest – 80’s Woolrich Red Buffalo Plaid Wool Sherpa Button Up Sleeveless Vest Jacket – 90s Hip Hop Clothing
1980s Vintage Woolrich Lumberjack Vest – 80’s Woolrich Red Buffalo Plaid Wool Sherpa Button Up Sleeveless Vest Jacket – 90s Hip Hop Clothing
Buffalo Plaid, Men’s Buffalo Plaid Vest, Winter, Lumberjack, Southwest, Camping, Fishing, Outdoor, Western, Rodeo, Sherpa, Faux Shearling L

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mens Buffalo Plaid- Mens Vest- Buffalo Plaid Vest- Black Vest- Lumberjack Vest- Camping Vest- Fishing- Winter Vest- Utility Vest Reversible
Men’s Plaid Flannel Vest . Sleeveless Jacket Thick Padded Shirt Vintage 90s Grunge Overshirt Red Lumberjack Shirt . size Large
Men’s Vintage patched buffalo Plaid puffer vest red black checked GREATLAND
Vintage 1950’s Red and Black Plaid Flannel Button Up V-Neck Vest XS Petite Made in the USA
1990 ‘s Polo/ Lumberjack Vest / green plaid inside/ snaps/ 3x big/ Men’s
Vintage 80s Woolrich Vest Buffalo Plaid Reversible Jacket Blue Gray 1980s Outdoor Lumberjack Medium M
Women’s Woolrich Vest- Buffalo Plaid Vest- Southwestern- Buffalo Plaid- Faux Fur- Plaid Vest- Country Western- Lumberjack- Womens Jacket
Evolutionary sleeve black sweater long Plaid red and black patterned lumberjacks/tiles color neutral, unisex, grow with me
Wintermaster Lined Wool Sherpa Vest
60s Wool and Fleece Vest, Red Plaid Wool Winter Vest, Lumberjack Vest, Outdoor Zip Up Vest, Medium
White Buffalo Plaid Vest, toddler boy vest, baby boy clothes, winter clothes hipster toddler boy clothes christmas

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Malboro Man wore it . . . Roy Rogers wore it . . . Tom Mix wore it . . . as did the mythical Paul Bunyan, legendary lumberjack of a thousand comic strips. And no self-respecting gunslinging cowboy would be seen without it . . . .Buffalo Plaid . . . as American as apple pie! Or is it?

Buffalo 300pxOfficially, Buffalo Plaid or check is ” plaid with large blocks formed by the intersection of two different color yarns, typically red and black.” Hang on a minute . . . .isn’ that the Rob Roy tartan? It most certainly is and it’s said that it was introduced to north America by a descendant of Rob Roy – one ‘Jock McCluskey’ sometime lawman, bounty hunter, fur trapper, gold miner and eventually Indian trader.

In the Indians’ eyes, McCluskey was no ordinary white man. Awed by his strength and size, he was hailed an invincible warrior. Both feared and revered, he was equally admired for his compassion. In the anti-Indian holocaust that followed Custer’s Last Stand, he was a rare white man indeed who dared to champion their cause. His reasons were as simple as they were personal: Their persecution and plight mirrored his own family clan’ descent from nobility to hunted criminals.

Befriended by the Indians, McCluskey became one of the era’s near vanished Buffalo tradingmiddlemen: A white man welcome among the Indians who effortlessly mingled between two warring rivals without fear or retribution. From the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne, McCluskey bartered for buffalo pelts, offering a myriad of finished goods in exchange, the most coveted among the Indians were the heavy woven Scottish blankets, their dense, hearty weave colourfully emblazoned with his clan tartan’ signature red-and-black colours.

According to McCluskey’s great nephew, Gregor McCluskey, Sioux and Cheyenne warriors were in awe of its colour. None had ever seen such a deep, rich red. They believed its intensely rich hue of red to be a sorcorer’s hex, a dye distilled from the spirit blood and ghostly souls of McCluskey’s prey and enemies, a belief McCluskey did little to correct. Worn in battle and draped across their war ponies, it was prized as a good luck talisman and revered as a spirit guardian that would deliver immortality, even in the face of death itself.

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First noted in 1704, here the Rob Roy tartan is featured in a 1906 postcard.

Sioux and Cheyenne warriors called it ” plaid” (the Gaelic for it was pronounced pladjer) as did U.S. Army outpost and fort traders who bought McCluskey’s bartered skins and plaids. Hence was born, sometime in the late 1880s, the unique and confusing American term plaid referring to tartan itself rather than the use to which it was put. It was a very short step from there to the tartan of McCluskey’s Rob Roy blankets becoming known as Buffalo plaid.

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