Great new designs just in from Victorinox
The Swiss Army Classic is, well, a classic! It’s a simple knife made in Switzerland that can be carried on a key ring or in a purse or suite pocket with enough tools to get most jobs done. Victorinox has been releasing the Classic with some great designs every year and this makes it possible to give one of these great tools as a really nice gift. The price tag is still pretty low at $16.95 and these are just in time for Christmas!
Another great collectible knife from Buck. The 110 Lochsa is named after the company’s current factory on Lochsa Street in Post Falls, Idaho. This version contains matte finished nickel silver bolsters, a premium S30V stainless steel blade and textured G10 handles that gives it a great appearance and a great grip. What sets this model apart from all others is the thumb stud and pocket clip which make it like a more modern folding knife – features not normally seen on a Buck 110 Folding Hunter. See this and other great American made Buck knives at www.knifecenter.com.
What are you carrying today? I have my Kershaw Shallot with Damascus Blade.
The Boker 145th Anniversary Davis Lockback is a classic design by W.C. Davis, featuring N690BO blade steel with a Rockwell of 58-60. This knife stands out with a traditional drop point blade, whose shape has proven successful for use hunting, utility, and outdoor applications for decades. As part of Boker’s 145th Anniversary, they have created a numbered run of this classic design that is limited to just 145 pieces worldwide. The Grenadill wood scales are set against polished nickel silver bolsters with stainless steel liners and have a very comfortable grip for prolonged use. You can find this awesome, limited edition knife at www.knifecenter.com.
If you are looking for a good old fashion American made knife, a Case 125th Anniversary Smooth Olive Green Bone knife is just what your looking for. With eight traditional patterns to choose from anyone can find what they need in a size right for them. Each one is engraved with the anniversary logo on the handle and a celebratory stamp on the main blade’s tang, marking Case’s lifetime of achievements in American hand-crafting. See all eight right here at www.knifecenter.com.