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I enjoy wearing cufflinks and cuffknots.  I also enjoy Ernest's polls and posts -- thanks, Ernest.
I have never worn knots. I have one pair I should wear to see the difference. You are welcome. I know my post are not always interesting but whose posts are always?
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How do you mean French cuff shirts are more comfortable?
I find the opening of the cuff (especially in larger squared cuffs) to be cooler and more comfortable. I also find the weight from both the fold of the cuff and the cufflinks themselves to be I find the opening of the cuff (especially in larger squared cuffs) to be cooler and more comfortable. I also find the weight from both the fold of the cuff and the cufflinks themselves to be nice. I am 6'3" and 189 pounds so you can imagine how long my arms are. French-cuffs tend to lessen the amount of ride up and thus maintain their position under suit jackets and blazers much better than that of button-cuffs. I know it sounds strange but they just feel better.
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