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Thin (not thick) normal-width neckties?

Svenn

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Anybody know of any ties that are thin but still normal width (not skinny)? Trend seems to be for thicker ties for fatter knots, but I need a slim knot for a very narrow spread collar shirt I have.

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Any store selling cheap inferior products will meet this requirement - though not for good reasons.
 

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Anybody know of any ties that are thin but still normal width (not skinny)? Trend seems to be for thicker ties for fatter knots, but I need a slim knot for a very narrow spread collar shirt I have.

Thanks

I'm not sure I agree with your assertion. However, any unlined silk tie will be quite thin. An unlined 7-fold tie from EG Cappelli, for example. Sam Hober, Henry Carter, HM White, all affiliate vendors on the forum, and others, will either make one for you or have ties ready to go that will meet your needs. Do a bit of research.
 
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Count de Monet

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I'm not sure I agree with your assertion. However, any unlined silk tie will be quite thin. An unlined 7-fold tie from EG Cappella, for example. Sam Hober, Henry Carter, HM White, all affiliate vendors on the forum, and others, will either make one for you or have ties ready to go that will meet your needs. Do a bit of research.
OP, in addition to Andy's advice regarding various vendors reducing (or eliminating) the lining for you, if knot size is a concern David at samhober.com (and perhaps others) can adjust the dimensions of your tie to your liking in order to reduce the material at the area of your tie that will constitute the knot. All at no extra charge.
 

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