When Hurricane Sandy hit Coney Island, it did irreparable damage to an iconic piece of New York history. But where did all that refuse go? Horse has repurposed the boardwalk's wood and turned it into knife handles, allowing you to own and preserve your very own piece of that history. Handmade in Brooklyn, each knife carries a different piece of the boardwalk's ipe wood and features maple inlays thanks to an assist from Brooklyn's Surname Goods.
There are only a few products you absolutely need when you go camping. A reliable knife is one of them, and Horse's carbon-steel Camping Knife is the one that should be in your pack. Inspired by traditional Scandinavian design, each blade has been hand-polished and given a shave-sharp edge. It's an ideal companion for any outdoor task, whether you're whittling a stick for s'mores or cutting fishing line. The knife is stamped with the Horse logo and its small-but-capable design makes it the perfect addition to any adventure. As always, maintenance is key, so keep your knife sharp by regularly oiling the blade and avoiding corrosive elements.
Each knife includes a leather sheath handcrafted in Brooklyn by Commoner & Co. The sheaths are just as durable and beautiful as the blade, made out of thick-cut vegetable-tanned leather, fastened with brass rivets, and hand-stamped with the Horse logo.