While crap for airport travel, a good pocket knife is as useful as duct tape. Our pick? Case Knives’ aptly nick-named ‘Texas toothpick’. Small in stature & big on practicality, the Texas toothpick won't ruin the line of your pants or jacket and will take you from mere mortal to MacGyver in seconds.
While little is know about the toothpick's history -- it's essentially been whittled down to urban legend, it's been a classic passed on from father to son for generations and called everything from a "tickler" , "dance knife" & a "Dixie razor" -- an obvious nod to its wild west roots but don't get it twisted. The Texas toothpick is a gentleman's knife. More Bond, less Daniel Boone.
Born & bred in Bradford, PA in 1889, W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery introduced their toothpick decades ago -- and it's just useful today as it was way back when. Even better, the Case Texas toothpick, depending on the material used on the handle (Case offers up everything from horn and wood to abalone and mother of pearl) starts around thirty-five bucks making it a great groomsman gift or just about anyone you're shopping for. Slim, sleek & completely pocketable, you’ll be ready to shave off the price sticker off that bottle of whiskey like a pro without looking like Crocodile Dundee.
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