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Today's Hober is an SF favorite that has been shown in this thread many times.  This is my version of the midnight blue with off white stripe grenadine grossa (6-fold construction).

 

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Does anyone have any pictures of Macclesfield #117 in real life?  Thinking of getting this for Summer and do not want to wait for swatches, but I'm thrown for a loop a little bit by the "reddish purple" description of color.

 

New Shoes1, I'm quoting a fairly old post of yours but wanted to let you know that I took delivery of the Macclesfield #117 yesterday and the color in real life is very similar to the picture of it on David's website.  It is a beautiful tie.  I'll be wearing it in a couple of weeks and will post a pic when I do.

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New Shoes1, I'm quoting a fairly old post of yours but wanted to let you know that I took delivery of the Macclesfield #117 yesterday and the color in real life is very similar to the picture of it on David's website.  It is a beautiful tie.  I'll be wearing it in a couple of weeks and will post a pic when I do.

 

Thanks, look forward to seeing it.  I ended up going with #116 and will wear soon.

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Who made that shirt?

It by Luxire

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Nice shirt and nice tie but it looks like that collar is about to fly away! eek.gif

Thanks! That's the nature of an unfused collar haha
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Today's Hober is an SF favorite that has been shown in this thread many times.  This is my version of the midnight blue with off white stripe grenadine grossa (6-fold construction).



This is icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif!!!

Keep the faith PP! I'm on summer dress code, so no ties for a couple months. Keep the ties coming guys!
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Can anyone identify this Sam Hober tie?

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Just arrived and became my favourite and most versatile tie. Bitter chocolate fina
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Can anyone identify this Sam Hober tie?

Seriously? How hard is it to browse the website for yourself?

http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-grossa-pin-dot-silk-ties/grenadine-white-on-midnight-blue-pin-dot-silk-tie-1.html
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This is icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gificon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif!!!

Keep the faith PP! I'm on summer dress code, so no ties for a couple months. Keep the ties coming guys!

Thanks tdude! I will keep the pics coming but they will be a bit sporadic over the next month or so (vacation related not dress code related). Not sure I could go two months without wrapping a Hober around my neck...shog[1].gif
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Enjoying the pictures of the bitter chocolate grenadine fina tie.  Definitely going to be my next purchase.

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About to pick up my first Hober tie. Would you recommend a burgundy or a bitter chocolate grossa?
 

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Do you own either color yet? If not, burgundy.
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Do you own either color yet? If not, burgundy.

+1000000.
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About to pick up my first Hober tie. Would you recommend a burgundy or a bitter chocolate grossa?

 

I own both. If I had to choose one, I'd go with the bitter chocolate. You can't go wrong with either.
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