I miss Wenoka, my absolute favorite fins of all time were Wenoka Reflex. I also had a pair of Wenoka dive boots and the combo just felt like an extension of my legs. Those fins gave me quite a bit of power. Came especially handy diving in the Cooper river looking for sharks teeth in Charleston, SC, current can sweep you out to sea. A good knife anchored into the riverbed helped too
I never thought of carrying a utility blade but I can see the beauty in it. Always a sharp blade.I love Sodbusters. I have a bunch of Cases and the other major knockoffs but as small as they are, I get bugged by their presence in my pocket. The only EDC I can stand is the WorkPro folding utility knife. Nice and flat, under three inches closed and uses standard utility blades. View attachment 984826
If you bought a used Boy Scout Knife in good shape for $3 you got a great deal. Somewhere at my Mom’s house there is one of these in a drawer. My Boy Scout compass from about 1968 is in the console of my truck.View attachment 984884 I have carried a pocketknife as long as I can remember.
Like many of y’all I own dozens of various knives for various purposes.
I was never a Boy Scout, but for the last 5-6 years I’ve carried this Boy Scout pocketknife. I found it at a goodwill for $3.00.
It’s a 70’s vintage and I suspect it was manufactured by Schrade.
Dang good little knife.
Do they come with a Band-Aid?Only since age 7. My most recent carry is a Benchmade.
But—HNKD…happy new knife day! Yesterday I acquired two new (first production run) knives from a friend of mine here in town. I’ll put one in rotation and the other in my stockpile. This is a Justin Case Tactical FAFO-1 folder.
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They come with blue, black or OD green grips, and do have a clip on the opposite side. I really like their fixed blades as well and have several. Nice stuff.
What’s the story behind leaving a penny?