At first glance, the Camping Knife appears to be a simple fixed blade. Dig a little deeper, and you’ll find a handle constructed with reclaimed wood from the historic Coney Island Boardwalk and a razor-sharp high carbon steel blade. At just under seven inches, the Camping Knife may be small, but it will stand up to a range of tasks thanks to its subtle drop-point design and a sturdy full-tang construction.


Handmade at the Horse Cycles workshop in Brooklyn, N.Y.  This blade is made from the finest high carbon steel.  

Inspired by traditional Scandinavian blades of the past – the blade is 3/32 thick and will hold up to any task. A narrow Scandi Grind runs the length of the cutting edge for ease of sharpening in the field.

Hand stamped with the "Horse" logo and the origin of manufacturing, "USA"  Each blade is brushed and is meticulously honed, making for shave sharp edge.

Each knife is offered with an optional leather sheath hand made in Brooklyn by Commoner & Co.  The sheaths are just as durable and beautiful as the blade, made out of thick-cut vegetable-tanned leather hand sewn and fastened with brass rivets.