Wood Thumb is a San Francisco-based start-up that manufactures ties made from reclaimed wood. Wood Thumb was founded by brothers, Chris and David Steinrueck, who were inspired by a redwood beam they spotted at a salvage yard are committed to upcycling, craftsmanship and harnessing the power of community in the workplace.
The ties are lightweight, flexible and are held together by an elastic cord that also fits comfortably around the neck. Additionally, the neckties and bow ties come in two sizes (small and large), including a striped option and range in price from $35 to $45 plus shipping, available on their website or through their Etsy store.
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