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Case Amber Bone Hobo Cutlery

By Conde Nast Traveler Wednesday, February 09 04:07 PM

It's important to be able to fend for yourself on the road. But you shouldn't sacrifice style while you're doing it. W.R. Case & Sons' new pocketknife is the perfect piece of gear for the gourmand on the go: a surgical steel knife, spoon, fork, and bottle opener with an amber bone handle.

The compact design was inspired by the early days of cross-country travel, when hobos never hopped a boxcar without a pocket tool at the ready. It was their only friend on the open road, one that could open a beer bottle and a can of beans, or get them out of a scrape. While your travels are sure to be a lot tamer, do you really want to be left defenseless next time you find yourself with a bottle of Chimay to pour at a picnic? Or forkless at a lobster bake on the Cape? Yeah, we thought not.


Prices and other information were accurate at press time, but are subject to change. Please confirm details with individual establishments before planning your trip.

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