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Hand-Printed Neckties

By Cyberoptix

$36

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Slyly humorous and beautifully crafted, these neckties inject whimsy into your wardrobe. Whether it’s a geeky reference or just an offbeat print that speaks to you, these accessories are expressive and elegant—and beg for a second look. Each piece is hand-printed in Detroit onto luxe-feeling fabrics woven just for Cyberoptix.

  • Made in the USA: Detroit, MI
  • Materials: 100% microfiber and non-toxic, water-based ink
  • Care: Hand wash or spot clean. Iron on high
  • Crafted with vegan-friendly, high-quality materials that do not need to be dry cleaned
  • Soft, durable necktie
  • Dimensions: 3.78" x 58"
  • Weight: 0.09 lb.

33 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Grandson loves it

6/30/2016 by Evelyn

I got this for my grandson. He loves it

5

Really unique

6/20/2016 by Esther

Purchased for my son- he wrote a hearty thanks!

5

Finally, unique clothing for men.

3/30/2016 by Dwight

I'm often bored by the clothes designers make for men. How many plaid flannel shirts can one wear in a lifetime? I love this necktie. It's beautiful as an abstract design. And cool as computer coding. I get great compliments from men and women.

I will be checking out other men's clothing options on Cyberoptix and Grommet.
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5

Beautiful

2/16/2016 by Cynthia

Excellent quality and very appreciated by my optometrist daughter.

5

Gift

2/12/2016 by Susie

Bought for son-in-law for his Birthday. He loved it!

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Go geek, gracefully.

About Cyberoptix

Sly & Fly

Each piece from Cyberoptix Tie Lab looks like a bespoke necktie or elegant pashmina scarf. But with a deeper look, humor and attitude emerge from the hand-printed, original designs.

These playful ties and scarves may showcase not-so-serious prints, but the fabric looks and wears beautifully. It’s carefully chosen by Cyberoptix and woven just for them. The packaging is made by hand, too.

When we first met Founder Bethany Shorb in 2009, her mission was to liven up the field of boring neckties. She is still dedicated to injecting major personality into typically ho-hum accessories, making pieces that are expressive, often funny, and always attractive.

Bethany and the rest of the creative crew at Cyberoptix are committed to their hometown of Detroit, working with dozens of local charities that benefit youth employment, schools, and transitional work programs. They are serious about giving back, and about creating uniquely lovely accessories with a wink.