The 85 Ways to Tie a Tie

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Yes, there really are eighty five ways to knot one’s neckwear, and Cambridge physicists Thomas Fink and Yong Mao discovered that a concept that describes the movement of gas molecules also describes the options for tie tying. From the humble four-in-hand, through more complicated knots such as the Plattsburg (a seven-move knot) to the bizarre elegance of the Balthus (a nine-move knot), every single one of the 85 varieties is explained with helpful diagrams, plus a concise history of gentlemen’s neckwear through the ages. This hardback edition is in good condition.

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Yes, there really are eighty five ways to knot one’s neckwear, and Cambridge physicists Thomas Fink and Yong Mao discovered that a concept that describes the movement of gas molecules also describes the options for tie tying. From the humble four-in-hand, through more complicated knots such as the Plattsburg (a seven-move knot) to the bizarre elegance of the Balthus (a nine-move knot), every single one of the 85 varieties is explained with helpful diagrams, plus a concise history of gentlemen’s neckwear through the ages. This hardback edition is in good condition.

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