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Part one (printed neats) of this seasons new collection has just been added online HERE
This season I've taken inspiration from the areas and rivers around the Monaro and Snowy Mountain regions and all of the ties are named after a place that I spend any spare time I have fly fishing. This one is the Brindabella, a nearby mountain region that I fish almost weekly. Part 2 (woven silks/repps) will be released in the coming days and then part 3 (knit ties) and part 4 (cotton/linen ties) will both be released in the next 1-2 weeks.

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post #632 of 1497
Jason some of those new prints are gorgeous
post #633 of 1497
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Thanks for the kind words Justin, much appreciated.
post #634 of 1497
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The Cotter river is my most fished river, my home river I guess you'd say. It's a gin clear free stone stream full of small rainbow and brown trout. So I now present the "Cotter" neat print in a 3 fold, un-tipped finish with hand rolled edges. Handmade in Italy as always and ties the a perfect dimpled four in hand knot. Available HERE

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post #635 of 1497
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The Monaro is a beautiful sky blue print in a 3 fold with hand rolled edges. Perfect for the warmer months and oh so light. Lightly lined to keep a great knot, it's the best of both worlds. Buy it HERE


post #636 of 1497
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Jindabyne is a special place in the world. Anglers, skiers, snowboarders, cyclist, bushwalkers & graziers all come together in this great little town, which forms a base to many visiting the Snowy Mountains. The Jindabyne neat print is self tipped and a fantastic all rounder. Buy it HERE

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post #637 of 1497

Congratulations on your new collection Jason.  I was wondering if you had any luck with finding a burgundy and gold striped tie?

post #638 of 1497
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Thanks. Unfortunately not on the burgundy/gold I'm afraid. But I will keep an eye out.

Best,
Jason
post #639 of 1497
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The last of the new printed silks, the Thredbo. Self tipped like the navy one previously. Tomorrow, we debut the next part of the new collection, the woven silks which will feature 3 new repp stripes and 2 navy pint dots (one green and one orange)

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post #640 of 1497

Jindabyne looks nice, looking forward to seeing what debuts tomorrow

post #641 of 1497
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Thanks, here is the first of part 2, the Tumbarumba repp stripe in a beautiful rich maroon and navy stripe. 7 fold and self tipped, you can view it HERE

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post #642 of 1497
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And the second, the Batlow. Home to many of Australia's best Apple orchards and lush hills it's fitting that this is a green tie. It's also home to my cousins farm that we spend a lot of time at relaxing and fishing the creek down the back paddock. Also 7 fold and self tipped, find it HERE


post #643 of 1497
As much as I like this stripe my favorite is the chocolate with the blue.
post #644 of 1497

That's a lovely Maroon red tie. Well done Jason!

 

Would love to see some photos with you wearing it.

post #645 of 1497
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Originally Posted by justinkapur View Post

As much as I like this stripe my favorite is the chocolate with the blue.

The chocolate and navy is very nice also. Speaking of that, see my next post!
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Originally Posted by Michael Sy View Post

That's a lovely Maroon red tie. Well done Jason!

Would love to see some photos with you wearing it.

Thanks Michael, I've been on holidays this week but will be back in the office next week, so will hopefully find time for a few WAYWRN shots.
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