Buzz·Posted on May 21, 2012When Manly Men Wore Questionable SlacksThe 1960s-70s h.i.s ads are classic. Before becoming an actor, Nick Nolte modeled for them. (His ad, plus four others, inside.)by copyranterBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink The "Anti-Establishment Post-Grad Slacks" O Brother. "Our Post-Grad Slacks have soul." Look at his expression; looks like he's ready to punch a hole in the wall the second the shoot's over. That's Nick Nolte in the middle Nolte, finished with a long hard day of dogie rustling, is about to hit the town with his pardners in search of a fine cold sasparilla. DEATH PANTS! Is that a young George Takei, left? “Ask not. They’re for you…and come in a ring-a-ding assortment of colors and fabrics. They’re definitely becoming a novel American great.” The cool black dude's slacks have foodstuffs all over them. A "Tom Jonesey shirt with balloon sleeves..." What's new Pussycat? "Scorer" Slacks Slack Power's wingman. Previously: The ultimate collection of 1970s Pornstashe cigarette ads.