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Esquire Springs In (and Out) of Fashion

April 16, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

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Endorsing several outdoors fashion trends for spring 2010, Esquire magazine’s Josh Peskowitz suggests that “Fly-making classes will outpace woodshop in Brooklyn, and, we swear, at least one ironic angler’s club will open in some indie college town.” While we’d certainly go for the waxed-cotton outerwear and probably for the canvas sneakers too, it might not be the best time for reintroduction of the old-school wading boot.

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