Victorinox RangerWood 55 Swiss Army Knife

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Part of the Delemont Collection, the Victorinox RangerWood 55 Swiss Army Knife is the latest everyday carry knife to harness the greatness of Swiss engineering.

Since 1884, the crew at Victorionix Swiss Army has been crafting high quality tools, and they’ve continued to get better with each passing year. Like all of the products carrying the brand’s namesake, this durable piece of gear features a lifetime warranty against any defects. Unlike many of the knives in the brand’s lineup however, this one has been outfitted with an ergonomic handle made of natural walnut. In addition to the 3.9-inch locking blade, there’s also a 4.2-inch wood saw, reamer, corkscrew, key ring, wire stripper, can opener, lifter, and both a small and large screwdriver. That’s 7 different implements with 10 different functions, ensuring you’ll always have a tool for the job in the backcountry. [Purchase]

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