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Statesman Tie’s Zimbabwe tie was designed to represent the flag of Zimbabwe. This is a tie that can be worn for many different occasions.

“The national flag of Zimbabwe consists of seven even horizontal stripes of green, gold, red and black with a white triangle containing a red 5-pointed star with a Zimbabwe Bird. The present design was adopted on 18 April 1980, when Zimbabwe won its independence from the United Kingdom. The soapstone bird featured on the flag represents a statuette of a bird found at the ruins of Great Zimbabwe. The bird symbolises the history of Zimbabwe; the red star beneath it officially stands for the nation’s aspirations but is commonly thought to symbolise socialism, and the revolutionary struggle for freedom and peace. The design is based on the flag of Zimbabwe’s ruling party, the Zimbabwe African National Union – Patriotic Front.” (Source: here)

The Zimbabwe tie is meant to be simple and subtle. If you close your suit jacket, it looks like you’re wearing a plain black tie. Open up your suit jacket and everyone can see how you represent the beautiful country of Zimbabwe with its unique flag on your tie. We hope you like it.

The Zimbabwe tie is a great gift for missionaries, businessmen, and anyone who loves Zimbabwe. You can even add a personalized embroidered message on the back on the tie that the wearer will be sure to love!

Our high quality Zimbabwe tie is made with 100% woven silk and measures 61″ long x 3.25″ wide.

Represent Zimbabwe with pride by showing everyone where you’re from, where you’ve been or where you’re going.

Customize your Zimbabwe tie by adding an embroidered, personalized message to the back. We hand-sew each tag onto every tie.

Additional information

Dimensions 3.5 × 61 in

1 review for Zimbabwe

  1. John D Winter

    Distinctive. Very topical to wear this tie in the light of political developments in Zimbabwe. Incorrect use of the flag is punishable.

    • Rob

      Thanks for the comment. Out of interest, what is the punishment for incorrect use of the flag?

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