Kojak had the Fedora and Link had the precursor to the Member’s Only jacket. Both, also had what was required to successfully don modern men’s apparel from the 1970’s: lots of testosterone.

Most pants often emphasized the crotch with extra wide waistbands, large tab closures, slash pockets or a tight fit with no pockets at all. Coats were knee-length or longer, all the better to show off those stacked heel shoes that were often higher than most women’s shoes; sweaters were belted with Robin Hood swagger, and collars served as auxiliary napkins. It took a man’s man to wear this stuff. Or, one teeming with self-confidence. Never again think of your dad as anything but b-r-a-v-e.