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Was scouting some OA lodge patches before Fall Fellowship and found this gem...in case anyone is looking at the moment. 1970's BSA Scout "Boys' Life Pedro" Plaid Jac-Shirt, 85% wool 15% nylon, in a Large...which I think is a men's 42" chest. Says it's a vintage Woolrich

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Boy-Scouts-Pedro-Executive-Jac-Shirt-Scouting-Tartan-Large-1970s/163173544392

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On 8/13/2018 at 12:49 AM, Longhaired_Mac said:

Was scouting some OA lodge patches before Fall Fellowship and found this gem...in case anyone is looking at the moment. 1970's BSA Scout "Boys' Life Pedro" Plaid Jac-Shirt, 85% wool 15% nylon, in a Large...which I think is a men's 42" chest. Says it's a vintage Woolrich

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Boy-Scouts-Pedro-Executive-Jac-Shirt-Scouting-Tartan-Large-1970s/163173544392

I just grabbed one of these. I’d had my eye on it for a few weeks and the price dropped to about $70. The parents in my den had given me a $50 PayPal gift card as a thank you, so viola- new to me Pedro jacket for $20. The only thing ‘wrong’ with it was that the previous owner apparently owned a dog with white fur. Gave it a once over with a lint brush and it’s food as new. It’s glorious in all its plaidness, so much so that the wife hates it. But then she has no appreciation for my vintage scouting attire.

I bought a used OD jacshirts two years ago on eBay and the Pedro jacket is much nicer, being a Woolrich and having hand warmer pockets . They’re both 85% wool, 15% nylon, but the OD jacshirt is so much thinner (wind cuts right thru it) and really baggy. Also, it’s made in Bangladesh.  So, with apologies to any 1970s execs, I’ll be sporting the Pedro when the temp dips low.

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On 1/25/2018 at 12:21 AM, The Latin Scot said:

Gah! My heart! LOL :laugh:

It was easier when it was Lion, Lion, all and each of whom wanted to earn the Webelos Award.

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