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CRITIQUING A COUPLE OF CUT-UPS

A CLOSE LOOK AT NORDSMITH KNIVES’ PILGRIM LT AND LAPWING

David Andersen comes by his knife knowledge honestly. He’s been carrying and using blades since he was a wee lad in the Boy Scouts. Several years ago, he began writing for a very popular knife blog, which afforded him the opportunity to network with, and learn from, some of the top names in the knife world. He was also able to test numerous blades, seeing what worked and what didn’t.

Over time, he developed his own ideas and designs. Prototypes were made and extensively tested, then refined. From the outset, the goal was, and still is, to produce knives that hold up to real-world use and last a lifetime. The focus has been on designing blades that look great and perform well.

The finger guard is a great addition to the design, helping to keep the user safe from stupid mistakes. Photo from NordsmithKnives.com
The Pilgrim LT and the Lapwing from Nordsmith Knives cover your needs in the kitchen, at the campsite and beyond.

In 2016, David formed Nordsmith Knives and began designing and producing knives professionally. The Lapwing was one of his first knives, and the Pilgrim LT is a refined version of a previous model. Both are stellar examples of form following function.

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