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Duck Head clothing was a preppy badge of honor for well-clad young men in the Southeast during the 1980s.

After its sales peaked in 1992 at $130 million, the line was hard-hit by competition from bigger brands, according to Hoover’s Online. Sales had dropped to $53 million by 2000, the most recent figure available.

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