Traditions are important, and our Skipjack Pocket Knife was inspired by the traditional fishing sailboat of the Chesapeake Bay, first introduced in the 1890s for oyster harvesting. We’ve taken the classic 2-blade pocket knife style and updated it for discriminating grownups with an eye for unusual beauty.
Knifemakers collected shimmering chips of Mother of Pearl and molded them with resin to form a glittering, sea-tinted mosaic handle that’s absolutely unique for each 4 ¼" long knife. The blades are 3" long and made from tempered stainless steel. The clip point blade offers a deep, quick puncture and is used for cutting in tight places, and the blunt spey point blade prevents accidental punctures. The Skipjack is a time-honored, all-purpose pocket knife that is equally handy on a boat, at camp, on the hunt, or even for shucking an oyster (or twelve) out on the Bay.