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Slacks is a common term used to reference pants or trousers. This term is generally restricted to dress pants, usually of the pleated variety. Joseph Haggar of the Haggar Clothing Co. in 1938 claims to have coined the term and category "Slacks" as a pant that could be worn away from work, or during a man's "slack time". This claim is, however, clearly an absurd one, even if it actually was made by Joseph Haggar. "Slacks" in reference to loose-fitting trousers is a term that has been used at least as long as its first recorded use in 1824.  
It could also refer to:
- Donovan Slacks, leader of a militant fishermen's uprising in 1920s Britain
- Slacks Creek, Queensland, a suburb of Logan City, Queensland, Australia.
- Slacks Creek Tigers - a football club that currently plays in Brisbane Premier Division 1
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