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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post


No effing way. eek.gif That's one lucky SOB who happened upon that lot. Less than $1 per Hober?! Talk about a one-in-a-million find. Given my own crappy (though limited) experience with thrift/discount stores, this makes me want to cry.

 

 

Ha thanks ChetB for the xpost

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Today's Hober is a repeat and is the dark red w/white dots English dot tie (6-fold construction). Looks like it may be a pin dot day...

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Originally Posted by Flyswatter View Post

Today's Hober is a repeat from April..... jk, its a repeat from last week. I like the tie that much and I'm not in high roller territory like pp... laugh.gif

 

 

:cheers:

 

That tie is definitely worthy of a quick repeat, very nice!

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One of my new Hober's today, Macclesfield #165:

 

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Hi,

 

Is actually chocolate grenadine?  It does look dark red as you noted.  I am thinking of ordering it.

 

Have you seen it pictured elsewhere where you get a better sense of the color?

 

 

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Originally Posted by pazzion View Post
 

I took my new 6-fold, chocolate grenadine fina on a test spin today, together with the new pocket square that I got yesterday. The tie looks redder than it is, but the pocket square is pretty true to life.

 

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^Ennius - I have the chocolate and dark chocolate grossa's and previously posted these pics:

Dark chocolate


Chocolate


I don't have the bitter chocolate and I actually am...bitter about that. I think that may be the best of the chocolates. If you search this thread you will find some pics of it, especially the fina weave.

If you are into chocolate I would suggest either the dark or the bitter. Can't go wrong with either. nod[1].gif
Edited by pinkpanther - 11/13/13 at 7:34pm
post #3652 of 5207
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Originally Posted by Kroaker View Post

One of my new Hober's today, Macclesfield #165:

Very nice Kroaker! Keep working on that dimple, you'll get there. nod[1].gif
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Today's Hober is a repeat and is the English pattern silk #6 (3-fold construction).

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^ One of my favorites. I was thrilled when they restocked that.
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^^. Yeah, me too. Love that tie
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Just got three basics in: Black Grossa, Midnight Blue Grossa, and Burgundy Piccola. They are all four-fold, lined ties.

 

 

 

Here's me wearing the burgundy today. The color in real life is substantially darker than it appears in this photo; I really need a new camera. This is a four-in-hand knot.

 

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^ Well done, sir.
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Thank you sir; I dig your latest navy wool tie as well.

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So my latest order from Hober was just delivered to my house which is always an awesome day. :slayer:

 

I continue to be amazed with how quick DHL gets the ties from Thailand to my house here in the Atlanta area.

 

I received a note from David on Tuesday morning at about 8:30 am EST that the ties were on their way.  My wife signed for them about 2 hours ago (Thursday at roughly noon EST).

 

I know there is the benefit of time zone travel but 2 day delivery from Thailand to Atlanta for about $40 is fucking awesome.

 

Anyway, enough about DHL.  I'll be posting pics of the new ties as I wear them. :)

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You're the chief, AND your wife signs for a new pack of ties instead of being blissfully unaware of the purchase?!?!?! I repeat, so boss.
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