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  • Dark, dark navy tie with white and light blue stripes #J912 Dark, dark navy tie with white and light blue stripes #J912

Men's ties with Ivory Ghost White color in a horizontal stripe/corduroy pattern #J2029

Dark, dark navy tie with white and light blue stripes #J912

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TIECOON & FORT KNOX TOOL ARE GOING OUT OF BUSINESS. We are liquidating our inventory, and is limited to stock on hand. Discounts will increase as our final clearance sales continue through spring.

'Power tie' men's necktie with colors of blue, navy, and with striped/stripes woven design.

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This shows of another great necktie pattern of woven micro neckties.

This necktie is 'regular length' of 59"(148 cm) and the width of the tip is hip and fashionable with a width of 3.5"(9cm). The necktie has a full matching loop on the back as well as the label. Also, the tip lining is tastefully embroidered with the Jon VanDyk name.

As always, we are committed to bringing you first quality, NAME BRAND men's neckties at a fraction of retail.

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  1. hi review by Purwi on 9/25/2015

    I love these!! My father wears seeusrcker suits in the summer but I've never seen a tie! And he's in the House of Delegates in Virginia, he'd love to know you are manufacturing here! I would love for you to give him a blue one. He is the truest southern gentleman you could ever meet.

  2. Vikash review by Vikash on 9/25/2015

    I'm not an expert or aithynng, but we tie-dyed tshirts in fourth grade and they came out great! O:I believe you roll a tshirt into a sausage-like shape, with the very middle of the tshirt at one end of the sausage. Then, at certain intervals, tie something around the rolled-up tshirt so there will be no color there. The more intervals you have, the thinner the bands of color will be. Then I think you just throw it in the dye. This creates concentric circles from the middle of the tshirt.You probably want to research other different methods, as well as the best type of dye to use.I hope this will get you started at least a little bit. (:

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