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With respect to all the tie width discussion, I prefer 3.375". That said, you all are on the right thread because David will make your tie however wide you like. nod[1].gif

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Originally Posted by LeviMay View Post

Nice 'fit, sir.

This is a great example of a tie I would never think of buying seeing it on the website, but realizing how useful it could be when seen in context. This happens with squares for me all the time: seeing one alone on a table or on a website, I don't know how it work and pass on it, but seeing it in use, it looks great.

Thank you sir. Totally agree that pics help...we need more!smile.gif

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Originally Posted by kdv10 View Post

I feel exactly the same way. Pinkpanther's tie/outfit combo will do this to you. I've purchased many ties that I thought I could never use just by viewing his posts. He has a great eye for ties and outfits and you can't go wrong following his leads.

Glad I could help. cheers.gif

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Originally Posted by macjedi View Post

Attended a wedding this past weekend … crappy pics, great tie!

B&W Shepard's Check … my first Sam Hober … LOVE IT!!

Really, really nice. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by venividivicibj View Post

Always wondered if I should get that (Shepard check), or the black and white houndstooth. (Seems too similar//same color scheme to get both)

When in doubt I error on the side of...both. nod[1].gif
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All my ties are 5". FYI

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

All my ties are 5". FYI


Thats massive.

 

Also pics or it didn't happen :P (I actually would really like to see this ive never seen a tie so large. )

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Originally Posted by leetpuma View Post
 


Thats massive.

 

Also pics or it didn't happen :P (I actually would really like to see this ive never seen a tie so large. )

 

 

Sup.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kipper_tie

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Originally Posted by sprout2 View Post
 

 

Sup.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kipper_tie


NICE that is pretty intense. I do not think i would have the balls to pull that off. I would walk around with a big fat grin on my face all day.

 

Also you have luxurious hair.

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6''4", 275lbs. My Hobers are 3 1/2", but I have some Canalis that are around 4", and while they may overpower a lesser man, I feel they're still within proportion for me.
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Originally Posted by pinkpanther View Post

Really, really nice. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Thanks PP! Your pics are awesome BTW!!

To add to the discussion, I went with a 53 in x 3.5 in for this … I'm 5'5" w/ a skinny build and I think the width was great! I think my ideal range is 3" to 3.5" … depending on the style.

Cheers!
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Today's Hober is a repeat and is the English reppe stripe #11 (3-fold construction).

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Originally Posted by leetpuma View Post

 

Got any pics of an jacket-less 3.5 in tie that you happen to like?

 

Do not take off your jacket when you are wearing a tie unless you will faint from heat exhaustion otherwise.

 

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Originally Posted by leetpuma View Post
 


I am quite young (< 25) so I have not been around for pre-skinny tie fashion era's so I have trouble understanding tie widths bigger than 3.25.

 

It is never too early to grow up.

 

By which I mean, try 3.25".

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Originally Posted by applky View Post
 

 

Do not take off your jacket when you are wearing a tie unless you will faint from heat exhaustion otherwise.

 

 

It is never too early to grow up.

 

By which I mean, try 3.25".


Yea after trying on a few ties stashed in my wardrobe I think I can do 3.0 fine. Slowly Ill creep myself into this range.

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Today's Hober is a repeat and is the Macclesfield print #167 (6-fold construction).

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Olive Green Grenadine Silk Tie #18 - 4 fold

 

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Today's Hober is the Macclesfield #192 (6-fold construction).

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Dark purple diamond weave #10.  Sorry for the sucky front camera quality:

 

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Today's Hober is a repeat and is the Macclesfield #92 (6-fold construction).

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