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How to Tie a Pratt Knot | Men's Fashion

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SFO14 (4 months ago)
It's just like a Shelby Knot...which was stated in the video.
MrSlidthunder (6 months ago)
Thank you! Now I️ can go to my job interview! Hopefully they accept me!!!!!!!
Rohan Savio Fernandes (6 months ago)
Hi. Can someone/anyone tell me the difference between the Nicky knot and Pratt knot? Also, how is the half-Windsor different in shape and size compared to the Nicky and Pratt knot? Anxiously awaiting a response....
Rami O Bomb (8 months ago)
How formal is it against the half-Windsor?
Graxster (1 month ago)
Four-in-hand is the least formal, Pratt and half-Windsor are the same formality (medium), and full/double Windsor is the most formal.
CD8T LFA1 (5 months ago)
the Windsor is overrated and anyone who uses it has no sense of fashion, a pleb cookiecutter if you will
Hayyan Sheikh (9 months ago)
I want to see the Eldredge knot
M. Cass (10 months ago)
thanks bro
Kendal Dawkins (1 year ago)
Very useful 👍🏾👍🏾, this knot looks great. Nice background music.
Lee Sullivan (1 year ago)
So where did this guys tie come from?
duracotton (11 months ago)
good question!
Nandesh Rasiklal (1 year ago)
C'est la meilleure video qu'il y a sur Youtube en ce qui concerne les cravattes. Merci Charles :)
TexasChainclaw (2 years ago)
Great knot. I use it often, but I prefer the Windsor.
CIVERA PABLO (1 year ago)
I don't really like it it's two loose😓
twim shana (2 years ago)
yep this is good I learn how to tie
Monte Mu (2 years ago)
This is very similar to Nicky Knot, except that when you pull the narrow end out, the knot won't untie itself. Therefore I think Nicky Knot is a better knot over this.
David W. Tamkin (1 year ago)
Exactly my opinion, Monte Mu, and exactly the reason I tie a Nicky instead of a Pratt.
Chrispy (2 years ago)
+IceCreamJunkie the only difference is that at 0:50 you reverse the wide end to the other side and cross it over to the left instead of right
IceCreamJunkie (2 years ago)
The Nicky knot is harder to tie though.
Martin Bulahan (2 years ago)
One word. Dimple. I man come on man you've got the knot and the style, but you have to tie a tie with a dimple!
Martin Bulahan (2 years ago)
Mikhail Bolus (2 years ago)
Terrific. Not as sloppy as a four in hand but not as garish as the windsor - just perfect
HumpinGrannys (2 years ago)
Seems similar to your Nicky knot. Great video though.
repdaking (2 years ago)
This man is excellent. The fastest I ever tied a tie.
Leonardo (2 years ago)
Just GREAT. I've watched videos about that before, I just learned with this. Thank you!
Aldeneide Santos (3 years ago)
You is goob
Tr. C (3 years ago)
The easiest way to tie a tie? Great for skinny ties!
A.J. Dorn (3 years ago)
thanks now I can tie this is looks great !
Jason Reaney (3 years ago)
There are easy ways to tie all of the knots in his videos in way less time and effort creating the illusions of all of these knots
Caesar Qian (3 years ago)
what's the difference between the Pratt knot and a Half-Windsor knot??? kinda feels the same to me, only to reverse the tie tho,,,
FrugalFellowsFashion (3 years ago)
How you tie them is obviously different. The half windsor takes up a little more fabric too, so it's great if you're shorter and struggle with tie length. 
Max Izaac (3 years ago)
Half is more asymmetrical, I think.
etamlous (3 years ago)
Pratt knot is my favorite knot compared to anything else out there. It always comes out symmetrical and neat. Even the full Windsor doesn't always look symmetrical and can look too bulky.
UserUnfriendly21 (3 years ago)
Go no further. This is easily the best, simplest way to tie a tie.
Gatt Mvn (4 years ago)
Wide spread call AGhh
Santa Claudes (4 years ago)
Thanks to you i now know how to do my own ties!! Cheers
Nabia Yakubu (4 years ago)
Very well done !
Magic Carpet (4 years ago)
Fluffy lol
Capitol_Steez (4 years ago)
i like bowties
UserUnfriendly21 (3 years ago)
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SPACEDOUT (3 years ago)
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CarsingtonFR (3 years ago)
+UserUnfriendly21 I like turtles!
UserUnfriendly21 (3 years ago)
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