Bison Arrowhead Bolo Tie
This elaborate bolo tie is styled with an arrowhead with a bison in its center.
Did you know that bolo ties were invented during the 1940's? In fact, a high school senior in Montana in 2005, was denied access to his diploma since his bolo tie was not considered a 'traditional' tie. The Montana state governor defended the student, and in 2007, states like New Mexico declared bolo ties its official neckwear as a state.
Ties are a reflection of western life. This arrowhead bolo tie is the only one of its kind, therefore only one is available. No returns accepted.