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==Plus-fours and golf attire==
 
==Plus-fours and golf attire==
 
[[Tartan]] [[plus-fours]] are traditional golfing attire that are based on the traditional trews. These pants extend 4 inches below the knee and are often worn with [[Argyle (pattern)|argyle]] knee-socks. Plus-fours were first introduced to the [[USA]] by the [[Prince of Wales]] during a 1924 visit. The full-length plaid pants popular with many golfers are also based on trews, but are cut fuller for more freedom of movement and warmer climates.
 
[[Tartan]] [[plus-fours]] are traditional golfing attire that are based on the traditional trews. These pants extend 4 inches below the knee and are often worn with [[Argyle (pattern)|argyle]] knee-socks. Plus-fours were first introduced to the [[USA]] by the [[Prince of Wales]] during a 1924 visit. The full-length plaid pants popular with many golfers are also based on trews, but are cut fuller for more freedom of movement and warmer climates.
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==References==
 
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[[Category:Highland dress]]
 
[[Category:Highland dress]]

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