The Knotting Bolo
A unisex Bolo Tie/Texan Tie.Leather rope weighted at the end with elegant sliver faced tips. How to wear: Drape the leather around your neck. Take the silver weighted ends together, form a loop and pass the ends through the loop (a simple knot) OR wrap a choker necklace and then knot or do a bow in place of the knot for a cute alternative look. A more simple option is to fold in half at the middle, put around your neck and feed the ends through the loop.
Some times known as shoestring/bootleg necktie or a Cowboy tie. Often worn with a collared shirt but not always. Although the neckwear’s actual origin is a mystery. One fella, Victor Cedarstaff, claims he is the creator: Back in the late 1940s, his hat flew off while he was riding his horse; so as not to lose his hatband, he simply slung it around his neck, and an iconic accessory was born.
Please select the Variation from the box below: Silver with Black leather, Silver Gold plated and Black leather, Silver with Brown leather, Silver gold plated with Brown leather
from the Dogtown Rider (surf skate culture) Collection:
This collection is called "Dogtown" after the American West Coast skate and surf culture born in the Los Angeles, Venice Beach area. It may have been seen as a ragtag, misfit group of legends but today the "Dogtown" nostalgia is still alive and a new generation continue to create their own community and their own mark all around the world. Here in Cape Town, South Africa, the home of High Horse has its own Dogtown culture to which we like to think we belong. We are the type of people that are not focused on fame and money, it's about family support and the street dreams that are born from a "ride or die" attitude to success. Us "Cowboys" go through life without fear, the wild west is a haven to a local of this nature. The Dogtown riders collection include signet rings, which are a sign of belonging and achievement, as well as bolo ties, and sharks teeth.