Following my rather hasty decision to put an old plus fours suit up for sale in classifieds, I was genuinely overwhelmed to see the response it got. I wear a big baggy pair of plus fours on my vintage racing bikes, and I love the look to bits. But I've never met anyone else who understands them! Also, I'm a shy fella, and I hate being stared at like I'm some sort of freak I guess on the bike I'm always on the move, and people are less likely to think I'm a golfer who's lost his way but I couldn't walk down a street in this garb without people gawping On a 1946 Hobbs of Barbican Raceweight. I'm wearing an old M-41 which were very common as army surplus jackets after the war. On a 1933 BSA Sports. I struggle to find decent casual shirts, so I usually wear a wartime pullover tropical army shirt. Socks finish the look, but are a bit too 'flash' for me, I prefer my plain dark green ones. They are proper 1930's cycling plusses, with a re-enforced seat. I've worn them maybe a dozen times since I found them at a cycle jumble for £8 about 5 years ago. The 'drop' is perfect, as big as possible without fouling the chain. they have buttons inside for braces, belt loops, AND two adjusting straps on the sides of the waist! The bottoms have staps, which are incrediblely tight, even on a skinny fella like me! Any other loungers wear them? Where do you wear them and what sort of reaction do you get? Anyone else love the Tintin look?