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post #91 of 5696
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Originally Posted by ThinkDerm View Post
who is the threefold grenadine maker here?
In hindsight it was not the best idea to be seen as dissing other makers - I appreciate them, for they bring variety to the market. What others may lack in construction they make up for in fabric choice.

That said, if you want a superlatively made tie that can be customised ad-infinitum, you owe it to yourself to check out SH.
post #92 of 5696
Hober ties are simply incredible. All sorts of little differences in the quality of the construction that you start to appreciate over time. And great fabric selection, too.
post #93 of 5696
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Originally Posted by apropos View Post
In hindsight it was not the best idea to be seen as dissing other makers - I appreciate them, for they bring variety to the market. What others may lack in construction they make up for in fabric choice.

That said, if you want a superlatively made tie that can be customised ad-infinitum, you owe it to yourself to check out SH.

panta is 6 fold to my understanding ... was wondering who sold 3 fold grenadines on here?
post #94 of 5696
I'm looking to get a tie that would be perfect for an interview. I was looking at some the reppe stripe ties, but can't decide. Does anyone have any suggestions? The more soporific the better.
post #95 of 5696
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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post

Our selection is going to get a lot larger this year and keep growing for quite a while.

too much choice is not a good thing. you have a nicely edited selection now - it's hard to pick now as it is
post #96 of 5696
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Originally Posted by John152 View Post
I'm looking to get a tie that would be perfect for an interview. I was looking at some the reppe stripe ties, but can't decide. Does anyone have any suggestions? The more soporific the better.
If you're married to stripes, perhaps this:
http://www.samhober.com/atkinsons-ir...in-tie-56.html

If not, then maybe one of these:
http://www.samhober.com/grenadine-ga...lk-tie-11.html
http://www.samhober.com/pin-dot-silk...ilk-tie-1.html
http://www.samhober.com/macclesfield...lk-tie-78.html
post #97 of 5696
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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post
SpooPoker,

Thank you for your thoughtful comments - they are appreciated.

When I see your name I am very curious are you a serious poker player? I think of poker players as not smiling but from your posts you clearly like to laugh and have fun,

Yes, I do take poker very seriously, but you are right about me laughing and having fun.
post #98 of 5696
My first Sam Hober tie is being made as we speak (well, as I'm posting on a forum).
post #99 of 5696
Just ordered my first Sam Hober, a 3" navy grenadine that I'm very excited about.
post #100 of 5696
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Originally Posted by NOBD View Post
What have you chosen?

6-fold, lined, rolled edges, 3.5" width with this Macclesfield printed tie: Macclesfield Silk Tie #69

Also got this Macclesfield printed pocket square (not to be paired with the tie): Macclesfield Printed Silk Pocket Square #20
post #101 of 5696
Nice.
post #102 of 5696
I'm awaiting my first order: a dark red grenadine tie and a few pocket squares. I can't comment on the quality of the stuff yet but I will say this: AMAZING customer service. Well above and beyond what anyone could reasonably expect from ANY company.....

-Ari
post #103 of 5696
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Originally Posted by afterglow View Post
I'm awaiting my first order: a dark red grenadine tie and a few pocket squares. I can't comment on the quality of the stuff yet but I will say this: AMAZING customer service. Well above and beyond what anyone could reasonably expect from ANY company.....

-Ari

I completely agree
post #104 of 5696
I bought my first Sam Hober tie a while ago. I don't buy a zillion ties at once. In fact, right now I only own two from David, but the customer service I get is only matched by the ties themselves. This thread has just reminded me of what an asset David is and to order some more before production grinds to a halt thanks to the forum
post #105 of 5696
better quality pic with a few more ties

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