Bolo Ties

The origin of bolo ties, sometimes known as string ties, dates back to the early days of the West. By the mid 20th century, the bolo tie had become a symbol of the American Southwest, fusing elements of cowboy practicality and Native American art. Popularized across the US through Western television shows and movies, the bolo tie gained global recognition in the 1950s, becoming an iconic fashion statement for the Teddy Boys, whose rebellious, rock and roll attitude swept England. The bolo tie is the official state neckwear of Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.

Our distinctive bolo ties, hand braided from kangaroo leather, are available with a simple sliding knot and sterling silver tips, or with a selection of sterling silver slides. For more casual wear, we offer bolo ties with pewter slides from Frederick Design.

Snow Goose Bolo Tie, Pewter
$31.00
Raven Stealing the Sun Bolo Tie, Pewter
$31.00
Wolf Bolo Tie
$220.00
Orca Bolo Tie, Pewter
$31.00
Box of Daylight Bolo Tie
$215.00
Bolo Tie, Sterling Silver Tips
$120.00
Immortal Strength Celtic Bolo Tie
$230.00
Winged Dragon Bolo Tie
$225.00
Haida Bear Bolo Tie
$220.00
Haida Eagle Bolo Tie
$215.00
Box of Daylight Bolo Tie, XL
$225.00
Wolf Bolo Tie, XL
$230.00
XL Bolo Tie, Sterling Silver Tips
$130.00
XL Immortal Strength Celtic Bolo Tie
$240.00
XL Winged Dragon Celtic Bolo Tie
$235.00
Extra Long Haida Bear Bolo Tie
$230.00
Extra Long Haida Eagle Bolo Tie
$225.00
Bolo Tie without Slide, Sterling Silver Tips
$105.00
XL Bolo Tie without Slide, Sterling Silver Tips
$115.00
Box of Daylight Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$110.00
Wolf Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$115.00
Haida Eagle Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$110.00
Haida Bear Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$115.00
Immortal Strength Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$120.00
Winged Dragon Bolo Tie Slide, Sterling Silver
$120.00