Macho Grande

American-made duds for manly men

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he sturdy, built-to-last styles available at Ball and Buck are proof that the all-American male can hunt and have good taste, too. This unexpected shop, which looks like a hunting lodge, carries only top-quality products such as hand-sewn Gitman Brothers shirts, Tellason jeans, and Wolverine Thousand boots, which all come with lifetime satisfaction guarantees. Owned by Babson grad Mark Bollman, it even boasts its own brand, featuring items such as pocket tees, belts, and bowties. The best part? Because everything is made in U.S.A., you can place a custom order if you don’t see your color or size in stock. Cantor

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Boston once was a cigar-producing capital; Paul Revere’s house was, in the 19th century, a cigar factory.

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