Introduced in 1890 as the “workingman’s” knife, Opinel knives have stood the test of time. You’ll find this knife in the pockets of farmers and French Legionaires alike. At home or abroad, an Opinel is up to the task at hand. Don’t let the fact that it’s been featured in art collections as a “design masterpiece” fool you. This knife is beautiful in both it’s simplicity and usefulness.
The Opinel #6 here features a stunning bubinga handle and stainless steel blade to avoid tarnish and rust as well as a safety ring allowing you to lock the blade open or closed. Whether you’re etching “I was here” to celebrate a new adventure or opening a letter that reminds you of who’s waiting at home, this blade won’t disappoint.