Club ties are marked by a solid or striped background with an emblem of some kind woven on top. (Think crests, shields, flags, cricket bats, that kind of thing.) They used to signal membership in a, you guessed it, club or community. This one was designed with our pal Matt Hranek with the bullseye logo of his excellent seasonal magazine, WM BROWN. It speaks to "the guy who loves well-crafted and well-tailored things, simple food, a good story, an off-the-beaten path trip, a good hunt, a trout stream, European sports cars, pickup trucks, a well-made cocktail, or an unapologetic can of cheap lager beer" through photographs, interviews, recipes, travel pieces, and other ephemera. So if you want to let people know that you're exactly that guy... this is your tie. It's hand-rolled in Italy just for us in our forever-go-to 8cm width: not too skinny, not too fat, and designed to sit in perfect harmony with both the lapel of our jackets and the length of our shirt collars.