A Sam (and David) Hober Tie Appreciation Thread

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

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  1. calidist

    calidist Senior member

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    The last thing I need is another Alden-esque thread with abundant pictures which causes me to make compulsively purchases...
     


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    It's not so bad. You can buy 5 Hobers for the price of one pair of Aldens.
     


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    I certainly don't want to cause any problems. :D

    The solution is to buy both grenadines and non-grenadines. :slayer:

    I have both navy and slate blue in the grossa. The navy is awesome and the slate blue is equally so but different enough to be distinctive.
     


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    Thanks! It is indeed versatile, and even better IRL.
     


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    Excellent point.
     


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    calidist Senior member

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    I've added it to my wish list. :)
     


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    Indeed.
     


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    calidist Senior member

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    No, no, keep the pics coming! I love the pictures. I have a Navy grossa as well. I snag ever grossa I buy though within the first wear or two. I think I'm going to stick to finas for a bit.
     


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    [​IMG] I will keep posting...at least until I run out of Hober's...which may take a while. Today's is the rose pink diamond weave (3-fold construction). Happy Friday to all!

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    Not always convinced by diamond weaves but that one is stunning pinkpanther!
     


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    Looks good... and worthy of your pseudonym here on SF. :nodding:
     


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    Many thanks Syeknom and Sonny58!! I have become a pretty big fan of the diamond weaves. [​IMG]
     


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    Very nice PinkPanther. The rose diamond weave is one of my favorite Hobers.

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    White pindots on midnight blue grenadine grossa tie.
     


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    :nodding:

    Simply awesome.
     


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    Does anyone have a picture of Prince of Wales #7 in action?



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