Kids' Stripe Necktie
Exactly the right length for a child, as well made as the adult version. A perfect fit. My son likes it so much he wants to wear it all the time, not just for church and school photos.
January 5, 2013
Kids' tie is exactly the same length as adult tie
The large was too large for my 13-year old son. I measured it and found that it is the same length as my husband's ties. What is the point of calling it a kids' tie if it is the same size as an adult tie?
June 19, 2012
classic repp tie; how can you go wrong?
Colors and pattern are classic. The length is good. There will be fold creases or wrinkles from shipping - DO NOT IRON this (or ANY othyer tie, for that matter. You'll end up with a shiny line down the front middle from the handsewn seam in the back). Instead, I steamed the wrinkles out and allowed the ties to hang until cool. Perfecto. I have the same tie/pattern/colors; my boys like for us all to wear them like were quintuplets; however, this is not a requirement from Lands' End. ; ) Although we look like the Duggers family portrait, if it gets all four of my boys in blazers and neckties without complaints, I am all for it.
March 19, 2012
My son, husband and I think this tie is excellent quality and looks so smart
December 15, 2011
nice fit and style
My husband's ties are too big for our 14 yr. old. This fits him proportionately and looks good. I love the classic colors and stripes.
May 23, 2011
Pre-tied Tie Rocks! Great school colors!
These ties are wonderful for kids this age. They are safe, if pulled really hard they come off, so no choking hazard. I got a small for my 6yr old, and a medium for my 7 yr old. The small will not fit my 6yr old next year, so if Your child is tall, get the medium. The medium should fit my 7yr old for a few years, provided the tie lasts that long, what with how rough little boys are on their clothes. Yesterday my son came home with chocolate milk dribble down the tie. I rubbed it clean with a wet washcloth, came out just fine.
May 1, 2011
Fits well. Great quality.
September 27, 2010