Mattrud is the man! This is pretty old, but I really appreciate Matt's work.
I wish he would stop by more often, but I think he works damn hard. A lot.
I even had the pleasure of handling a lot of his collection.
like. a . boss.
"When you're driving behind a Prius, there's 100% chance that nothing exciting will happen" -Karring M.
From the Kramer write up:
I wonder if this means we'll start seeing more readymade or lottery offeringsHe just recently made it through his wait list, which had been more than three years long.
I liked the article but I'd kinda hoped for a longer article outlining some of the not so well known names, but I guess one can only afford so many knives.
This is an old article that they reused. Just to clarify.
Damn, I saw it was from earlier this year but it sounds like it is even older.
Believe that's from 2012? If you look up "lucky peach knives" you'll find the photo of several knives that graced the back cover of this particular issue.
And I'll add that I still love my ITK. It's fun seeing and reading about them still.
Yea long time ago. World has changed. And I don't really buy many knives any more. Plenty I own that I need to use more often.