Victorinox has released the new Victorinox National Parks Classic SD series. There are six different designs, each honoring a different national park.
These knives feature artwork by Doug Leen, also known as the “Ranger of the Lost Art”. He is a former Grand Teton National Park Ranger known for both his efforts to educate people about the importance of nature conservation as well as his reproductions of the New Deal era Works Progress Administration posters. Those iconic posters created between 1938-1941 were used to encourage tourism and keep our parks national parks preserved. Many of these sought after works of art inspired his artwork for the National Parks Classic SD series. Each knife in this line has individual park artwork on the front and respective text on the back.
As always, the Classic SD is a small, lightweight, mutifunctional every day carry that practically disappears in your pocket or on your keychain. It comes with seven tools and is just over 2″ long. Each knife in this series features artwork honoring the following national parks: Acadia, Great Smoky Mountains, Mount Rainer, Rocky Mountain, Shenandoah, and Yellowstone National Parks.
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Victorinox Classic SD Details
- Stainless Steel Blade and Tools, Mirror Finish
- 1.5″ Pen Blade
- ABS Plastic Handle
- 2.5” Closed
- Nail File
- Key Ring
- Made in Switzerland
These highly collectible Victorinox National Parks Classic SD knives are a perfect way to celebrate your love of our national parks or just to add a new look to your Swiss Army EDC. You can get your own for right at 19 bucks by clicking any link in the article or simply clicking the button below.
All images courtesy of Smoky Mountain Knife Works – smkw.com.