One of my all time favorite Wenger models is the super easy to carry Entree, as it is compact and pocketable, but also very well equipped.
While it may not have been one of the more exciting models, the Backpacker II from Wenger was extremely popular.
With golf being so popular, it should come as no surprise that there are many golf related tools out there- and this Wenger Golf Pro is a fine example.
Is it a knife with pliers, or pliers with a knife? This New Ranger 73, called the Electrician from Wenger really blurred the lines between a Swiss Army Knife and a multitool!
This Ranger Grip 178 is one of my all time favorite Wenger models, and it's not hard to see why!
Some of you will look at these photos and think "that's a sweet black scaled Wenger Traveler." Others will have noticed the lock release for the main blade and said "that's a sweet black scaled Adventurer!"
What better way to finish out the week than this beautiful Wenger EvoWood 18 SOSAK Knife Of The Year for 2010?
Today we look at a very special Swiss Army Knife- a version of the Wenger Evo 14 with Soft Touch or Tactile scales.
One of several variants in my collection, this Wenger was originally called the Mini Grip and was later called the Pocket Grip.