Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Articles & Effects: The Case Sod Buster jr.



I've mentioned this little guy before. It's most always with me(see exibit A) unless flying or getting a passport renewed, which I absent-mindedly learned the hard way that in a Federal Building, they confiscate pocket knives(duh). And they don't return them upon your exit. Even if you ask, like, 7 times. It's a trusty friend to have.

9 comments:

aTreasuryOf.com said...

Can you talk about that blue chambray cloth with the red edges lying under your knife?

What's it from?

Chris said...

Great little knife. You should add affiliate links to these posts so that if people buy them from your site you can get a little referral kickback!

One Man's Style said...

I like the Giles and Bro's necklace!!!

plaidout said...

Love the denim photo. Hilarious. A friend joked that he could see the engraving in my Swiss Army Knife... through my new standards. Great post, sir.

Ryan said...

Great video and pics James, as always!

tomtom said...

Excellent post! I carry the same knife with me often, though liking a little varietty I also carry a Lone Wolf City Knife designed by the greatest knife designer R.W Loveless or the retro Swiss Army Knife Alox Solo.

damien said...

I've been looking for a quality PK actually. Been eyeing that one Sid Mashburn sells down south. Anybody know anything about it?

Anonymous said...

Love the site and this post too! I'm a huge pocket knife fan, especially ones that are a bit more "traditional". I've just recently discovered one that fits perfectly in the ol' watch pocket. It's the CRKT folding stubby razel. It's very stout, has a ram's horn handle, and the blade looks like it's a mix between a straight razor and a chisel. I definitely recommend it.

Ulysses said...

Every man should carry a pocket knife. I like to get a bit more function out of mine, so I carry a combination blade, bottle opener, cork screw. 1930's French Cognac distributors made a whole bunch back then and I was lucky to find one. So useful.