Zebra Wood

Zebra Wood

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England, Mike

Ask for a knife in the company of any self-respecting Montana man, and nine times out of ten, out flashes a burly blade suitable for everything from cutting cardboard to field-dressing an elk. But what about around the office or on the town, when that mini-scimitar seems a mite, well, excessive? Enter the Zebra Wood pocketknife from Baladéo, a stylish stiletto that James Bond himself would proudly stash in his Armani sport coat. Slim, sleek, and downright dashing, the Zebra is the Montana version of a gentleman’s pocketwatch: dapper and dangerous, with a snug belt/pocket clip and respectable 3.7-inch blade. Its weight is measured in grams, not ounces—37, to be exact—and it’s surprisingly strong for such a minimalist design. I wouldn’t whittle a Billy club with this thing, but for general purposes, this superlight slicer is all the knife you need. $54; baladeo.com.

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