SecondShot Chopping Knife

Aug 4, 2016

Category: Gear

What’s better for food prepping than a Damascus knife? How about a Damascus knife that hosts a handle built from recycled skateboards? Well, that’s exactly what you’ll get with these Canadian-made knives. They’re built from a husband and wife team of former skaters who decided to do something productive with their old decks besides showing them out or burning them in sacrifice to the skate gods.

The handles are built from 100% recycled skateboards which complement the 7-inch blade quite nicely. As for the handles themselves? They’re available in two colors, polished and glossed to a smooth finish. Whether chopping, dicing or slicing, a solid knife is a must for any home cook. Thankfully out of this necessity came an innovation such as these knives that look to preserve the integrity of riders everywhere -all while minimizing your environmental fingerprint- and looking stylish while you do so. Both colors are available now on Etsy for $145. [Purchase]

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