A Sam (and David) Hober Tie Appreciation Thread

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  1. in stitches

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    ^^ noice, what color is that? ^^
     


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    I think he calls it a "Charcoal" grenadine. Lined six fold.
     


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    fantastic. i love it.
     


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    The Forest Green cashmere saw its first duty yesterday:
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    Mine as well:

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    ^ Damn I should have ordered that one in my last order, looks great
     


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    unbelragazzo Jewfro Dubiously Honored

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    Couldn't agree more! FWIW I think the 4 fold is plenty thick for this tie...I wish I had gotten untipped with handrolled edges but didn't.
     


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    Yea cashmere ties usually don't require tipping, they already have enough heft, all they need is a single FIH and you're good to go
     


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    I get 6-fold lined, no tipping, hand rolled edges on everything I order.
     
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    why do you always go with a lining?
     


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    Any of you have any of the following:
    Forest Green Shot Thai Silk Tie #10
    Forest Green Grenadine Silk Tie #16
    Forest Green Reppe Solid Silk Tie #16

    Would love to see pics of the tie. I can't decide of the three which I want, but I want a forest treen tie.
     


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    ^ I would go with forest cashmere, garza fina, reppe, all three are different and awsome in their own way
     


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    Which grenadine are you interested in, grossa or fina?
     


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    If I do a grenadine I think I'd like to get a garza grossa, but I might check and see what David thinks too when I give him all the rest of the tie details.
     


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    I bought the forest green grenadine garza grossa from David and I get tons of compliments. Beautiful tie!! I also recommend the bitter chocolate.
     


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