Modern Magnetic Neckties That Conveniently Attach To Magnetic Knots For Easily Interchangeable Styles

The Modern Tie’s “knot” is actually a solid piece that anchors to the top button of your shirt. The rest of the tie snaps into the knot via neodymium magnets, eliminating the need for tying, and making for quick changes. You can pair any tie design with any knot design.

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