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A Sam (and David) Hober Tie Appreciation Thread

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by in stitches, May 24, 2011.

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  1. archibaldleach

    archibaldleach Well-Known Member

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    Add it to your latest order. There's plenty of fabric in stock.
     
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  2. tdude

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    Love it PP. I don't own the SF club tie either. I am ashamed. Today's Hober is the oft-photographed chocolate fina. Love this tie. (No pic though)
     
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    It is exactly this kind of encouragement that I don't need...[​IMG]
     
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    A couple office mates caught me watching DHL's tracking site. I told them that a shipment of new ties were arriving today from Thailand and I didn't want to miss them. I might live this one down.
     
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    ^ New Hober days are some of the best days! [​IMG] Great looking ties tdude! Is the middle one the burnt orange oxford weave?
     
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    :cheers:

    Yup. Beautiful tie. The other one is the midnight challis.
     
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    Bottle green oxford and white on midnight blue fina pin dot should be arriving tomorrow! Pictures to come!
     
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    tdude those are some stunning choices, enjoy them
     
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    What do you guys think about listing/describing some options here that you'd like David to consider sourcing? For example, more challis patterns.
     
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    I like it and agree with your challis pattern suggestion. My "more" list would include:

    - linen ties, solid and stripe
    - cashmere ties
    - ancient madders
    - diamond weave stripe perhaps (don't know if this is doable but I love the fabric)

    If I list any more "more" it would just be greedy. :D
     
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    +1 to the first three

    - 100% linens;
    - Plain (non fancy) cashmeres;
    - Truckloads of madder and challis
    - Foulard printed wool (I guess this is technically not the same as challis)
    - More brown/green/olive
    - Pajama sets
    - Tie of the Month Club
    - Sarongs

    OK, the last three were flights of fancy.
     
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    Great ideas guys. I'm for patterned wool/cashmere too. (Fall and all.) madders in neat patterns.
     
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    :lol:
     
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    I would actually be fully on board for Thai silk pajama sets.
    Thank you.
     
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  19. Flyswatter

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    This has been mentioned a lot previously in this thread, but I would REALLY like to see David offer custom knit ties. 60" x 3.15" point end knits... don't think I'm gonna find 'em anywhere else. Staple colored solids, bicolors, and dots would all be welcomed. :nodding:
     
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