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SOUTH POLE

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. But only those who go prepared, can withstand the tough. Moving on skis and dog sleds and facing death on multiple occasions, Roald Amundsen and his men were the first ones to reach the South Pole. People called him a hero and an inspiration. But Amundsen was a practical man who explained his success in practical terms. I have foreseen every difficulty and I have taken every precaution for meeting and avoiding it, he said. Victory awaits him who ha ...

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SPEED DEMON

Chasing the land-speed record is the ultimate quest of the modern man. In the roaring twenties, this dream was epitomized by Frank Lockhart, America’s legendary racing driver. A true daredevil, a self-learned mechanic, and a true speed demon, Lockhart was the definitive hero everyone talked about at their dinner tables. In 1926, he became the youngest winner of the Indy 500 at just 24. Lockhart went on to win many more prestigious races, capturing the imagination of the American people. But hi ...

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APOCALYPSE

There’s a place in the Bay of Bengal by the name of North Sentinel Island. It’s a place you shouldn’t go to. The Sentinelese reject any kind of contact with the rest of the world, and have lived this way for thousands of years. Marco Polo described them as “a most brutish and savage race, having heads, eyes and teeth like those of dogs.” To this day, no outsider has had success trying to enter the mysterious island. Whoever dares to approach North Sentinel, is attacked by the home-prou ...

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CLASSIC FREEDOM

He may have enjoyed winning a Nobel Prize in literature, but not as much as he adored camping and fishing. Ernest Hemingway was a great adventurer and a true man of nature. As a youngster, he spent his days practicing his angling skills in the rivers of Northern Michigan. In his early 30’s, he graduated to deep sea fishing. Along the way, Hemingway won every organized fishing tournament imaginable. As one story goes, the great writer almost missed his wedding because his mind was too immersed ...

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MILLE CUORI

Heroes aren’t made in a day. Giuseppe Garibaldi was a fisherman, and a candle maker before he became one of the greatest war leaders of all time. With all cards stacked against him, he mobilized a thousand volunteers (The one thousand) and won battle after battle against corrupt and passionless regimes. To liberate and unite his beloved Italy, the great general chose men like him. Give me the ready hand rather than the ready tongue, he said. And to those who wished to follow him, he promised n ...

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THIS IS FREEDOM

He may have enjoyed winning a Nobel Prize in literature, but not as much as he adored camping and fishing. Ernest Hemingway was a great adventurer and a true man of nature. As a youngster, he spent his days practicing his angling skills in the rivers of Northern Michigan. In his early 30’s, he graduated to deep sea fishing. Along the way, Hemingway won every organized fishing tournament imaginable. As one story goes, the great writer almost missed his wedding because his mind was too immersed ...

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Leather Sheath - Apocalypse

Leather sheath for Apocalypse knife. Comes with loop for fire-steel. Made from high quality, vegetable tanned Italian leather.

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WORD OF A FOUNDER

I invite you to learn the story of your knife. Whenever you will take hold of the knife, the story will come back to you. And then you will be ready for anything life throws at you.


Andrius Tricius, founder and head designer at TRC Knives