Today’s Patent – ADJUSTABLE LENGTH SIMULATED KNOTTED NECKTIE COMBINATION
“An adjustable length simulated knotted necktie combination”, bearing the registration number of US4173792 was invented by Franklin S. Intengan, on November 13th, 1979, and patented in the USPTO.
While looking at the past inventions, these conventional neckties are usually positioned in the shirt collar of the wearer with an adjustable length and knotted according to the convenience of the wearer. The problem arises as the knot requires considerable expertise especially for those having arthritis. Often, while adjusting the knot, the central display portion wears out which causes the tie to have a short life and extremely greasy finger marks
The present invention aims at avoiding the prior art problems. The main objective of this invention is to provide an adjustable length simulated pre-knotted tie combination which may readily be positioned at the wearer’s neck after the first adjustment itself.
This invention is an improvised version of the neckwear which includes a body to support the display tail tie in different shapes and sizes. It can be adjusted according to the personal preference of the wearer and can be quickly removed as well.