WW1 US ARMY 4-IN-HAND SERVICE TIE - Reproduction
A rare piece of the WW1 doughboy uniform is now made-to-order by W.H. Q.M.C. from a period example. Each tie is 48" long.
When that sun starts baking doughboys at the next reenactment, work detail or training day ... be prepared with a service tie and hang up those service coats. Just make sure the order is given by your C.O. (potato peelers not sold here). Many photos from 1917 through 1919 show troops wearing ties in the states and while overseas.
Per the 1917 CRAVAT Regulations- Off duty officers and enlisted men: While authorized to be without service coat (in permanent/maneuver camp and out of camp) were to wear the four-in-hand knotted tie.
As these may be crafted to order, please allow up to a week before shipment.