Victorinox Launches ‘Misplaced Artwork’ Nationwide Park Knives


A gaggle of iconic 1930s and ’40s silkscreen posters selling America’s nationwide parks have been misplaced for almost 50 years. However now they’re again within the type of Victorinox’s latest pocket knife assortment.

A gaggle of unique nationwide parks silkscreen posters was on the best way to the dump. However Park Ranger Doug Leen determined they have been too cool to trash. He made it his mission to seek out and recuperate them. By means of an ongoing and search, Leen has recovered 12 of the 14 unique poster designs.

Victorinox Swiss Army national park knives

And Victorinox thought they have been cool too. So the model launched a particular assortment of Swiss Military Knives titled “Ranger of the Misplaced Artwork.”

The particular assortment depicts a number of of the poster designs. The collaboration goals to proceed the unique mission of the WPA posters: selling the humanities, well being, and journey to our nice nationwide parks.

9 of the designs, obtainable for $22 every on, pay homage to a few of America’s largest nationwide parks, together with Yosemite, Glacier, the Grand Canyon, and extra. Every instrument comes with a small blade, scissors, nail file, screwdriver, toothpick, tweezers, and key ring.

Victorinox Swiss Army Knife, Great Smoky Mountains National Park

By Sean McCoy

Editor-in-Chief Sean McCoy is a life-long outdoorsman who grew up looking and fishing central Wisconsin forests and lakes. He joined GearJunkie after a 10-year stint as a newspaperman within the Caribbean, the place he discovered crusing and wooden-boat restore. Based mostly in GearJunkie’s Denver workplace, McCoy is an avid path runner, camper, hunter, angler, mountain biker, skier, and beer tester.

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