Murrell Knot

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Ah the Murrell Knot…also known as the reverse Windsor Knot. In place of having the tie with the wide end displayed front and center you get the narrow end on…

Van Wijk Knot

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The Van Wijk Knot is similar to the Prince Albert Knot but includes a couple extra steps to make a longer, cylinder knot. These extra steps pay off as well…

Kelvin Knot

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The Kelvin Knot is simple to tie and is simple in appearance; however, it still stands out as a classy tie for most occasions. If you are looking for a…

Eldredge Knot

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The Eldredge Knot was invented in 2007 by Jeffrey Eldredge. Although it is a newer knot, this is an excellent knot to wear that displays both individual strength and confidence.…

Trinity Knot

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Trinity signifies a group of three people or three things. The term trinity is commonly used within Christianity to represent the Godhead who are three separate beings but work in…

Balthus Knot

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If you are someone who has a bold lifestyle and really wants to stand out from the crowd then the Balthus Knot is the perfect tie knot for you! This is…

Half Windsor Knot

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The Half Windsor knot is the little brother of the Windsor Knot. When completed it is triangular in shape, slightly symmetrical, and produces a deep dimple in the tie. A…