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Stay out late enough into the night and something will spill on your suit. Was that an ancient Japanese proverb, or just a few words of wisdom passed along from a spiky-haired host as he blinked outside into a Kabukicho dawn? No matter, what’s true is true, regardless of the source. Whether it’s due to dancing in a club or pouring drinks in a bar, something’s bound to get sloshed on your nice togs – white wine if you’re lucky, much worse if you’re not. But the nightlife doesn’t pause for the dry cleaner to work his magic.

What’s a nightcrawler to do? Buffalo Bob’s to the rescue, with waterproof suits for the glamorous men of the night.

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