Wesn Channels Pocket Knives From the 1800s for the Henry

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Those Swedes, they come up with some pretty neat stuff. From watches to multi-tools, they’ve had a lot of good ideas. The traditional slip-joint design from the late 1800s found in northern Sweden serves as the inspiration for the Wesn pocket knife, the Henry.

The knife was named after the man who inspired the maker to have an every day carry pocket knife. Made out of Sandvick 14C28N stainless steel that is sourced from Sweden, the Henry has a 2.35-inch blade that is made to fall somewhere between the shape of a drop-point and a sheepsfoot. The handle is done with titanium scales that are finished off in cherry wood inlays. There’s also a paracord attachment. Wesn is also offering a natural vegetable tanned leather sleeve to go along with the Henry.

The Henry is up to any task you come across. It can be used for hunting, fishing, and working. Whether you need to cut, nip, carve, or open, the Henry can help you get the job done. And it does it all with a look that says that this knife belongs to a gentleman. This is a knife that you’ll be able to pass on to the next generation, along with the knowledge of how to use it. “We are always thinking of the lifetime of our products,” says Wesn. “Our goal has always been to create a product that would be passed down from generation to generation. A product that would be repaired and maintained, instead of replaced with a new one. Utilizing materials that last, alongside quality manufacturing, we are able to offer a lifetime warranty that backs the integrity of our products. Long-lasting isn’t just an idea for us, but it’s embedded in our vision.” You can pick up your own Henry with a pledge of $75 or more.

Wesn Channels Pocket Knives From the 1800s for the Henry