What Did Highwaymen Wear?

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Highwaymen wear a tricorn hat, big, heavy, black cloaks and high boots. They usually ride on a horse and steal from the rich. By definition a Highwayman is a hijacker or a man, typically on horseback, who held up travellers at gunpoint so as to rob them.
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Country supergroup, Highwaymen, comprising Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson dressed mostly in cowboy clad on stage. The group came together as Highwaymen in 1985.
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