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Suisin Inox Knives
Suisin Inox Western Kitchen Knives
Wow... I hope this isn't an overkill... I don't carry a big knife everydag, so I would like to make a difference between what I literally carry or wear EVERY DAY and EVERY WEEKEND. I wish I could express myself as easy or easy going as you ...
Custom Knife Collaborations: Favorites and Wish Lists
Knife makers all have their own styles, and not all mashups make sense. Sometimes two people get together and the results are fantastic - to me, that means their individual styles and design elements are both easily perceived, and blended sea...
Victorinox Fibrox 8-Inch Chef's Knife
These knives are DOPE AF. This was the first Victorinox (also called Forschner) Fibrox handled knife I got and it's been my main workhorse in the kitchen. I've since filled out my collection of their knives with a slicing knife, pairing knives (not Fibrox sadly), a utility knife and a filleting knife.
These knives are sharp as hell and the handle has great grip dry or wet and is comfortable...
The size and shape do make it more comfortable as a neck knife than a longer Mora. Not everyone wants a neck knife, but I've found it works very well with a pack belt. My usual setup is my Eldris around my neck and my Garberg mounted tip-up on my backpack strap, or tucked sideways into a lumbar pack. The Eldris is with me until I crawl into my sleeping bag, and it goes back on when I get up in the morning.