Hey, want to see a pocket knife? It’s made in the USA but inspired by the Japanese higonokami tradition, it has an Elmax steel blade that’s sharpened by hand, and its wood handle (in your choice of either maple or walnut) has been sanded and given a vegetable oil finish, also by hand. It’s the Grovemade Pocket Knife.
The Grovemade Pocket Knife is well within the tradition set by the Grovemade brand, artfully and elegantly designed but also durable, functional, versatile, and easy to use on a daily basis if need be. It’s a friction folder knife, which means it has no locking mechanism. That should give you an idea of the simplicity and lightweight nature of the knife’s design.
It’s minimalist in design but not price, though, since the Grovemade Pocket Knife will set you back almost $170. Still, if you’re looking for an elegant, visually beautiful, but still useful pocket knife, you may want to check it out at the Grovemade online store here.