New thinner edition! The width has been reduced to 3 inches.
This is great news: the Mises Institute tie--all-silk woven tie, embroidered with the Mises shield, and of dazzling beauty--has been improved with a brighter color and a new low price. The stately elegance is all here but it is affordable enough for any student budget.
When we set out to design the Mises Institute tie, we sought to do more than create a conventional institutional product. We wanted something that is beautiful, something that aspired to be a tie that stands up the highest standards of quality and artistic brilliance. It should be the tie with a pattern and color that would be the first you would pick among all your ties.
We believe that we succeeded. But the high price of the past is no more, thanks to a new supplier that even improved the quality at the same time. Note the brighter burgundy, which is perfectly matched with the same color in the Habsburg shield of the von Mises family, a color that serves as the perfect complement to greys and blues in coats and suits. The Decalogue is detailed, the Rose of Sharon clear, the caduceus of Mercury visible even in its small size.
Thus too the super-sturdy silk fabric, which is the same you find in the shops of the best and most established makers of fine neckwear for men. It is easy to tie, but the knot retains it shape, so that it looks strong and certain.
And so even if this were not the Mises Institute tie, even if it didn't feature the family crest of the greatest economist and freedom fighter of the modern epoch, it would merit a high place in any wardrobe. But as the person wearing the tie, you know it means far more. It stands for principle, for right, for truth and stamina in the face of evil, and integrity above all else.
The quality comparies to ties at fine shops that sell for $65 and higher, and the look is truly unsurpassed. You will be very impressed indeed, and so will anyone who observes you wearing this monument to excellent taste and dedication to freedom.
The tie comes in the traditional four-in-hand style, as well as a bow tie model.
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