The original Laguiole knife was designed in 1829, as Frenchmen took their classic folding knife and blended it with the navaja blades of Spain. The result was a slim and curvy single blade that would become one of the most prized knives not only in France, but in the world. Here you get a modern spin on the iconic folder. The Laguiole Liner Lock Pocket Knife does away with the full handle and replaces it with steel and an overall black motif. The slim design and built-in clip means it’s a pocket knife that can easily attach to a shirt pocket or a piece of gear. The high carbon steel blade means this version of the iconic knife is robust enough to tackle far more than the foil on a wine bottle. Use it around the campsite, in the shop, or whenever you need a razor-sharp, durable blade. Consider it a contemporary version of an all-time classic.

  • High carbon steel blade
  • Stainless steel clip and screws
  • Liner opening-closing system
  • 4 ½” closed