GiantMouse isn’t your typical pocket knife company. It doesn’t crank out crateloads of new designs in a year, favoring instead a tactic of producing a few limited releases and teasing them on social media to drive up hype. In that way, it’s more like a streetwear apparel brand than a traditional knife company. But at its core are two Scandinavian makers well-known in the blade world: Jesper Voxnaes and Jens Ansø. Both are lauded for their custom work — those knives can cost as much as $1,000 — and create patterns for brands like CRKT, Boker and more. GiantMouse blends their aesthetic into premium production models that don’t cost as much as a custom but have a far higher degree of quality than what’s typically produced en masse. Its newest pocket knife is called Clyde.
There sure is a lot of buzz about this knife. I would like to get my hands on one.View Linked Article