When it comes to an Opinel pocket knife, there’s no wrong choice. But some choices are, let’s say, extra right. With this upgrade, you’ll get an Opinel Black Oak No. 8 Knife. It has a matte black blade made of anodized, corrosion-resistant stainless steel attached to a gorgeous black oak handle which, due to its high tannin content, is also extremely resistant to pests and fungi. You’ll also get an Opinel 10cm Sharpening Stone quarried and crafted in Italy ((L)4" x (W)15/16" (D)3/16"), and an Opinel Sheath made from durable synthetic leather with a convenient belt loop. You’ll always have your pocket knife sharp and ready to go when you need it.
A knife hanging out on its own is a recipe for disaster. Opinel's alpine sheath provides synthetic leather protection for some of the company's best-selling folding knives, and offers safe, quick access in the transport of your favorite sharp object.
A good knife will serve you well for decades, but even the best ones — like Opinel's terrific pocket knives — need a tune-up every now and again. But with one of these, you can keep any blade as sharp as the day you bought it.
The stone is sourced from Lombardi, Italy, where the quarries have been famous for producing the world's most effective sharpening gear ever since the 15th century thanks to a perfectly uniform blend of quartz and carbonates.
There are plenty of reasons to own a penknife. Whether yours was gifted from your father during a childhood camping trip, or you bought a modern design for your every day carry, a penknife is a lifelong tool. This in-depth book gives you 50 things to do with your blade, accompanied by step-by-step illustrations that'll help you complete the projects. Catering to all skill levels, the book guides you as you create a pencil holder, slingshot, whistle, bookmark, and even elaborate carvings like a horse's head and a whale. Full of essential survival skills, this book and your knife can be passed down for generations.