Midnight Blue & White Prince Of Wales Silk Tie PWT-5

A lined 3-fold construction is the classic. Consider a lined 6-fold if you like a heavier tie. Unlined 7-folds are an old-fashioned complex construction.
Let us know your knot in the checkout notes area if it is a different knot from what we list above. Keep in mind that different knots need different lengths; as an example a half-Windsor needs two inches more length than a four-in-hand.
Tell us the exact length in the checkout notes area - The length is measured from the tip of the big end to the tip of the small end. See our Tie Guide point number 6 for measuring help - linked from the top of our home page
Measured at the widest part of the tie. The width has no rules, it should be based on your body size and your personal preference. It is a sartorial myth that you should match to your jacket lapels.
Classic Tipping has the same fabric in the triangular underside of the tie as the front of the tie. Rolled edges can only be added to ties without tipping - If you select different tipping tell us which tipping fabric in the checkout notes area.
Tell us your monogram in the checkout notes area. Our handsewn monograms are individual letters, numbers & characters, not a group of letters. Please count the total of each letter, number & character that you want: Example RST is three monograms
A bar tack is a small stitch on the reverse side of the tie that helps to hold the tie together.
Measurements etc. ask before ordering at: customerservice@samhober.com For note cards tell us what to write in the checkout notes area. Gift wrap is not available. Two ties to a gift box is standard. For an extra charge we can pack one tie to a gift box.
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100% Silk 

Please visit our Tie Guide page for help with your measurements - please note that the amount of stretch varies as is based on how often you wear your tie and how tightly you make your knot etc. Only you can decide your correct length.

Technically this is a variant of the Duchess of Urquhart's plaid she created for her ghillies. Prince Edward popularized the pattern for sporting use and in fact there is a POW of black,cream,red and brown he alone could wear by clan patent.
Aside from such details this is a well known but very versatile pattern . It's a every man should wear, and much more comfortable than the modern sniper ghillie suit. I believe the duchess' men could sneak up on one quiete handlily.
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