This ultra soft Pendleton wool has quickly become one of our favorite ties. Grey hatching and a lightly brushed finish almost cover up a larger checkered pattern that’s nearly invisible between a dark indigo and its black background. With it’s tightly woven wool and dark colors, the Harrison is an easy choice for a formal event of any kind.
We strive to merge turn-of-the-century styling with our Northwest influences. The quality, detail and simplicity of our ties allow them to effortlessly transition between casual and formal wear. Our goal is to create something that might outlive its initial owner, that generations can share the tradition we now share with you. A high standard of quality, rich history and deep roots in Portland made Pendleton wool an ideal selection for this neckwear. From concept to product, we design and produce all of our ties in house. Whether it be the contrast stitching or the hand stamped packaging, every piece shines with its own individual character.
"Call it what you want – PDX, P-town, Stumptown, City of Roses, Bridge City or Beervana – Portland positively rocks. It’s a city with a vibrant downtown, pretty residential neighborhoods, ultragreen ambitions and zany characters. Here liberal idealists outnumber conservative stogies, Gortex jackets are acceptable in fine restaurants and everyone supports countless brewpubs, coffeehouses, knitting circles, lesbian potlucks and book clubs. Portland is an up-and-coming destination that has finally found itself, and an appealing, can’t-miss stop on your adventures in the Pacific Northwest." - Lonely Planet
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