The Kelvin Knot is named after Lord Kelvin, a mathematical physicist
of the 19th century. He didn’t actually wear this knot, it’s just named after him because he made some fancy
contribution to knot theory. Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a genius to conquer this baby, it’s simple! Okay, now let’s dive in, my knot-tying prodigy. Place the tie around your neck with the wide end lower
than the skinny end. Adjust according to your height. Cross the wide end over
the top of the skinny end to create a cross. Warp the wide end behind the skinny end and pull it towards your left. Wrap it over the top of the knot towards your right. Wrap it behind the knot and pull towards your left. Wrap it over the top of the knot towards your right. Pull it up through the
neck loop from underneath. Locate the loop at the front of the knot. Push the wide end down through the loop you’ve
created in the knot. Pull down the wide end to tighten the knot. Slide the knot up towards your neck and adjust as needed. The Kelvin Knot produces
a neat and tidy knot that’s similar to the four-in-hand. Alright, alright, alright, you just achieved a worthy knot, sir, and you’ve made Lord Kelvin very proud. For our full range of ties, check out otaa.com. Now smash that Like and Subscribe button!