How to dress like a sexy ManShaft Lumberjack

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Oh, daddy. It's time to prepare yourself for some hot, sticky Lumberjack realness ahead of Friday's ManShaft. We've settled on our favorite looks from last year's popular event series by DJ Diablo Rojo to give you a taste of what to expect (and wear). Gay rainbow flag artist John Morse promises, "It's time to come warm up with your fellow woodsmen" in his voice over for the promo video (above). Indeed. Here's how:

Furry hats, suspenders and bare chests.

Tie-dye long johns.

Flannel.

Flannel and hats.

Flannel and beards.

Flannel and suspenders.

Harnesses.

Daddy and boy.

Mmm, leather.

Black tank tops. Construction hat a bonus.

Overalls and hats.

Camo.

Ginger.

No wonder ManShaft: Lumberjack Edition so easily made our list of the Best Gay Things To Do in Atlanta This Weekend.

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