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Though you may spend your days bedecked in a bearskin, even woodsmen have the right to clean up nice. This tie bar is the perfect accent for a trapper in a suit, with a stained birch wood finish and simple design that balances looks and subtlety.
It's too light weight and small. I didn't fit well with my dress shirts. Not impressed. It just looked awkward. I'm not a snob when it comes to tie bars, but I was disappointed.1
Continuing my string of bad luck with non-cosmetic Birchbox products, the wood part of the tie bar popped off immediately the first time I used it. Shoddy work.1
This tie bar fell apart as I was unclipping it from its packaging. It looked like it was just assembled using superglue... kind of disappointing, because it's totally got the traits of a cool accessory right now.1
This remains clipped to my shelf in the bathroom after 3 months. I don't wear ties so this was useless to me. It looks to be high quality if you're into tie clips.1
The wood was beautiful, but the tie bar fell apart the first time I opened the clip. I could see that it was very lightly glued together and was just not a great quality.1
The wooden design is a nice idea,but the execution with a clunky clip on the back is a failure. Clipping on to a tie leaves an unpleasant bulge/doesnt sit flat, and can dig in to your chest if bumped... Slide style tie bars are much sleeker and more comfortable.1
This tie bar is small- it could really only go on a skinny tie. Cool idea though.1
I only wear a tie like 2x a year....and the ties I wear are not going to look good with this particular type of tie clip. Just not for me.1
I do think there is a time and place for a tie clip. I just rarely find myself in one where a wooden clip would be appropriate.1
I don't use a tie bar. And I judge anyone who does. Tie bars are out.1