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black skinny wood tie

by David Steinrueck and Christopher Steinrueck
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At first glance, this slim accessory seems to be a no-nonsense skinny tie. But look closer and you'll notice that this sleek shirtwear is actually constructed out of bold chops of stained wood, making it just right for the man with a unique personal style, who likes to keep things interesting, even when he dresses up. A hip twist on black tie, this unique slice of knotty neckwear is made from redwood beams, reclaimed from salvage yards in the San Francisco area. Once part of a barn or warehouse, planks are cut, sanded and varnished, leaving the wood's natural grain and coloring on display. Individual panels are connected with a hidden elastic cord, which slips easily around the shirt collar for a comfortable fit. Handmade in San Francisco.

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elastic, reclaimed wood
21.5" L x 2.25" W x 0.25 H
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David Steinrueck and Christopher Steinrueck

David Steinrueck and Christopher Steinrueck

David and Christopher are product designers and builders, working out of their woodshop in San Francisco. They focus on unique items that make their customers stand out and express their own artistic interests. They believe in the power of community to foster the growth of sustainable industry and product creation. collection

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