Bolo" originally refers to the lariat used by South American herdsmen to ensnare animals by their legs for capture. Inspired by this tool, a silversmith in Arizona, USA, conceived a rope-like necktie secured with a clasp in the 1940s, laying the foundation for the "bola tie." To foster the cultural heritage and widespread adoption of the bolo tie, Arizona, the cradle of this distinctive accessory, officially proclaimed it the "Arizona legal tie" in 1973. Additionally, an entity known as the "Bolo Tie Association" was established to promote its legacy and use.

In the world of Bolo Ties, there are three distinct types of cords, each uniquely suited to different outfits. Moreover, these various cords also resonate with different aspects of the wearer's personality.

1. Cowhide braided rope

Cowhide braided rope is crafted from first-layer cowhide and undergoes a meticulous production process that includes cutting, splicing, dyeing, and drying. High-quality ropes are prized for their tensile strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal. However, inferior quality ropes may exhibit issues such as a lackluster finish, excessive untreated hair at the joints, or a tendency to break.These ropes are renowned for their tensile strength, durability, and aesthetic appeal, making them ideal for creating bracelets, necklaces, and other types of jewelry.


2.Braided nylon rope

Modern braided nylon rope is divided into a core wire and a rope sheath. The middle core wire is a nylon wire arranged in parallel or braided, which provides most of the tensile strength and buffering effect. The outer layer is covered with a smooth woven nylon rope sheath, whose main function is to protect the rope core. The braided nylon rope retains the characteristics of the nylon rope and eliminates the shortcomings of the twisted nylon rope - thick and hard, excessive friction and too good elasticity.


3. Alloy rope

Generally speaking, alloy jewelry refers to jewelry made of alloy materials. There are many kinds of alloys: lead-tin alloy No. 6 material, lead-tin alloy No. 3 material, lead-tin alloy No. 0 material, zinc alloy, etc. We advocate green environmental protection, so the fashion industry must require environmental protection. No. 0 material and zinc alloy are commonly used materials in the jewelry industry because they are environmentally friendly. Zinc alloy is much cheaper than No. 0 material, so most environmentally friendly products on the market are zinc alloys. At the same time, No. 0 material can be exported. Many overseas countries. Because it is lead-free, nickel-free and chromium-free.