Do the folding knives carried in a country’s collective pockets reveal something unique about national character? Probably not, but they're nonetheless fun to compare.
Made in the U.S.A. since the 1920s, this bone-handled folder is the official pocket knife of American boyhood.
Invented in France 1955, the wood-handled N°06 is the smallest Opinel pocket knife to feature the manufacturer's iconic locking safety ring.
Developed in Japan's Hyōgo Prefecture in 1896, this knife features a distinctive thumb lever to prevent it from folding during use.
With roots dating to a 17th century toolmaker, the Boker taschenmesser has been carried in German pockets since 1869.
Seven functions compressed into a two-inch package—everything you need to file your nails, clean your teeth, or save the day.
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