digging the old school sailing techniques? then we supposed crews slugging out after a night of booze overdosed and rope (or harness) cutting are part and parcel of life onboard of whatever boat you have. in that case, you might fancy this particularly handsome The Best Made Rigging Knife. you don’t need to believe in the legacy of maritime tradition to know that a good rigging knife is essential on any boat. it is useful for regular chores (less drunken stabbing, of course) and in some instances, it might be the tools you will need to save some souls. this beautiful example is based on that old salt’s maritime tradition, built heavy with a strong spine, fully-balanced and made in the U.S.A. features include a 5.5-inch stainless steel blade, complemented by a handle crafted from rosewood and complete with a 22-inch hand-whipped lanyard and solid bronze snap hook for both decorative (plus tradition’s sake) and also for a wee bit of security, insuring that crews don’t go around stabbing at each other. a 6.5oz bridle leather sheath packaged along with it completes the old school sailor look. the knife is looking so good that even non-sailor would love to have. The Best Made Rigging Knife can be yours to own for $210 a pop.