What do you know about the Swiss Army, other than they have excellent knives? Victorinox first came to the attention of the larger world when American soldiers stationed in Europe during World War II couldn’t buy enough of the handy pocket knives. Extremely useful to have on your person to remove a splinter or equally cut some kindling for your campfire, there’s a reason why the Swiss army knife is a household name.

In an interesting aside, Victoria was founder Karl Elsener's mother and Inox is the international term for Stainless Steel - put the two together and you get one of the most iconic outdoor accessory brands.

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