That description probably fits 30 % or more of men over 60.
When I was a youngster, we had a guy named Orvis Lunn in our town that wore exactly that everyday.
We used to call him the Gray Man at our town's little theater, where he worked on Friday and Saturday nights - keeping us young'uns under control.
And that's what we would say when we saw him coming to yell at us _ " Gray man's coming" !!! Thanks for rekindling that memory !
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