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Penmans is a Toronto, Canada-based clothing manufacturer. It was founded as a woolen knitting mill in Paris, Ontario, in 1868.[1] It became one of Canada's largest suppliers of cotton and woolen knit goods, including hosiery and underwear, by the 1890s.[2][3]

Once known for long johns (which it no longer makes),[1] Penmans now produces sports shirts, sweatpants, sweatshirts, and shorts.[4] Penmans-branded clothing was once sold by Walmart.[5]


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