yes I'm not sure what you're asking...but mens vintage clothing is just as common as women's vintage. just like women who wear vintage, it's up to the guy's personal style as to how much he wears. my brother's wardrobe is almost entirely vintage! faust is right, there are plenty of places that sell vintage for men.
^ ditto...just as sure as they made designer clothes for men 50 years ago, they also passed those clothes onto the second-hand circuit, to be circulated just like women's clothes. I go vintage shopping for my brother a lot, and they sell the usual range of mens clothes in vintage shops - ranging from high end designer clothes to random one-offs.
Of course there is vintage for men. One big vintage item currently making its way back into young men's street wardrobes: The suitcoat blazer, seen over jeans and rock and roll t-shirts after being banished from the under 30s wardrobe during most ofthe 90s as "too 80s" and even suits, dressed up for work, or punked out for evening. The trick is to find custom tailored pieces that FIT the new wearer. It is kind of like getting ghosts' clothes. Also currently on display on men's vintage racks: 70s print disco shirts. A sexy silky dressy unusual graphic print shirt for a festive night out is a hole in many men's current wardrobes, because the industry has currently forgotton how a man wants to dress to impress and be sexy on a date.