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 SKU# 1710  Bolo Ties
Also called a bola tie, a bolo tie is a necktie variety that consists of a piece of cord (to be fastened around the neck) with an ornamental clasp or bar.

The bolo tie was created by Vic Cedarstaff of Wickenburg, Arizona in 1949. It is widely associated with cowboy outfits and southwestern native american jewelry in the United States. It was the official neckwear of Arizona in 1971.

Jack A. Weil was the first entrepreneur to mass produce the bolo tie, and he was the man who coined the term. He recalled, "I called it a bola because bola in Portuguese means lariat, but I didn't write very plain and it came out expressed as a 'bolo' tie." In the United Kingdom, the bolo tie is known as a “bootlace tie.” It was popular in the 1950s with the “Teddy Boys” who wore them with drape suits.

Bolo ties make great fashion accessories for both men and women.
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