This isn't just a knife -- it's a legend. Manufactured since 1890 in the small town of Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne, this pocket knife has become a profound icon of French design and utility. Need proof? Pablo Picasso used it to carve his sculptures, and plenty of legendary explorers never left home without one. And aside from being a MoMA-endorsed design masterpiece, it's got a resilient oak handle and stainless steel blade for just about any use you can think of.
- Stainless Steel Blade
- Blade Length: 3.25"
- Open Length: Size open: 7.63"
- Oak handle
- Made in France
Joseph Opinel, coming from a family of blacksmiths, established his workshop in the French Alps in 1890. The world’s been in love with his knives ever since.